John Abraham plans visit with 49ers, according to report

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Abraham plans to visit the 49ers after his meeting with the Seahawks is over.

Free agent John Abraham is currently meeting with the Seattle Seahawks and has made plan to visit the San Francisco 49ers next, according to USA Today. Abraham, 35, was released by the Falcons last week and is making the rounds as he decides where to continue his possible Hall of Fame career.

The Seahawks could push to sign Abraham before he gets a chance to visit the 49ers. Not only would that be a boost to a own pass rushing corps that could use a boost with Chris Clemons' status for the season in doubt after tearing his ACL, but it would keep Abraham from possibly signing with their NFC West rivals.

Abraham had a monster 2012 season for the Falcons despite being in his 13th year. He had 10.0 sacks in 15 games and added seven passes defended and six forced fumbles, but he ended up a cap casualty in Atlanta.

Abraham may not limit himself to just the Seahawks and 49ers. While those are the only two teams he has scheduled to meet so far, he reportedly will consider meeting with other teams.

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