Tennessee Titans coach Jeff Fisher acknowledged after Thursday�s mini-camp practice that the team and wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson have mutual interest in each other.
Johnson�s agent, Jerome Stanley, would neither confirm nor deny in Thursday�s edition that the 34-year-old receiver has a visit to the Titans lined up, though there were indications of interest by Tennessee in Johnson. He also declined to address any contract negotiations that may or may not have taken place between the two sides.
�There�s mutual interest right now I�d say on both parties� part. I think we�ll probably look into the possibility of pursuing things. Where that goes, I can�t tell you,� Fisher said.
Johnson, a former No. 1 overall pick of the New York Jets in 1996, had 70 catches for the Carolina Panthers last year, but was released after the team selected Dwayne Jarrett in the second round of the draft in April.