His agent will neither confirm nor deny, but WR Keyshawn Johnson will visit the Titans. There hasn't been much said about the Packers interest in Johnson since his initial release, maybe he indicated that he would rather move into the broadcast booth then play for the Packers.
Although Johnson would provide a slight upgrade over WRs Greg Jennings and Ruvell Martin while potentially holding them back, he would remain behind WR Donald Driver while he would be the man in Tennessee. That has to have some appeal for Johnson's ego. Tennessee might be desperate enough to meet a potentially high asking price for him because they currently have WR Brandon Jones (fantasy alert!) has their number one WR. Tennessee fans want to see him signed too.