John Abraham has rebuffed pleas of fans to return to his former team after being cut in February.
As he continues his free agency tour this week after visiting the Tennessee Titans over the weekend, John Abraham took to twitter to let his followers know that he will not be looking to return to his former side.
Y yall keep tweeting me like I did it I got cut stop asking to come back plz
— John Abraham(Mr.100) (@johnabraham55) May 6, 2013
The 35-year old was released by the team in March, due in part to his 2013 salary and his age, as his production was starting to fall in comparison to the high wage he was being paid.
Abraham does still have a role to fill for one team in the league, used in a third down basis, his assignments can be kept to merely rushing the passer, and can be kept fresh for a longer career.
The three-time All-Pro defensive end has had over 100 sacks in his career, and led the falcons sack tally for three straight years, showing that there is still some fuel in the tank to keep going. The Titans have emerged as the favourites to land the lineman, but it is almost certain that he will not be returning to Atlanta.