Wilson can hit.
The league's worst defense could use an upgrade at safety.
Wyatt reported that Wilson visited the Titans' complex on Wednesday.
He'll be visiting other teams in the coming days after being released by the Bills recently.
At this stage of his career, Wilson isn't a difference-maker but could provide stability for a back end that was torched repeatedly by opposing offenses.
Wilson graded out well in both coverage and run defense in piling up big tackle numbers and holding down the strong safety position for Buffalo.
He would provide a counter-weight to Michael Griffin, who struggled in all phases of the game at free safety in 2012. While the team rotated other players in around him, Griffin consistently looked lost in coverage.
While age is an issue for Wilson, there's no question he would be an upgrade.
It will take more than one mid-tier veteran to fix what ails the Titans, but Wilson would be a positive first step back toward respectability.
Mike Tanier of Sports on Earth describes the people you meet at the combine.
Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com says Arian Foster will appear on Hawaii Five-O.
Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star profiles Dwight Freeney as he heads to free agency.
Ben Savage of Colts Authority looks at how Dwayne Bowe could fit with the Colts.
Kuharsky looks at whether Andrew Luck could play in the pistol.
Tom Gower of Total Titans looks at offensive tackles on the roster.
John Glennon of the Tennessean profiles a guard the Titans might draft.
Vito Stellino of the Florida Times-Union explores the relationship between the Jags' head coach and defensive coordinator.