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“Munchak on Tuesday was busy with other non-Manning business, including meeting with free-agent guard Steve Hutchinson. Meanwhile, Green Bay Packers free-agent center Scott Wells visited the Titans on Wednesday, a league source told ESPN. Adams has said he will do whatever it takes to sign Manning in his chase for a championship. He sees the quarterback as the missing piece. The 89-year-old Adams is staying in Houston, and that's why Reinfeldt joined Webster and Munchak for this trip. Adams promoted Reinfeldt from general manager in January to senior executive vice president and COO to act as his point man with the team in Tennessee while he lives 650 miles away. The Titans already have veteran Matt Hasselbeck with two years left on a deal signed last July, and drafted Jake Locker with the eighth overall pick in the 2011 draft. Information from ESPN senior NFL analyst Chris Mortensen and The Associated Press was used in this report.
He's going to make his mind up fairly soon, hopefully we'd be in the running.” -- Titans owner Bud Adams
on Peyton Manning's visit, decision