In July, Titans general manager Jon Robinson said he wanted free-agent pass rusher Jadeveon Clowney to visit Tennessee for a physical before they would consider signing him.He’s still waiting.The Titans — who need a top-quality edge rusher — remain frustrated by their “lack of engagement” with Clowney, Yahoo Sports’ Charles Robinson told ESPN 102.5 The Game in Nashville on Thursday.Clowney is running out of time — and options — before the start of the 2020 season. Robinson said the suitors for the former No. 1 overall draft pick are the Titans and Seattle Seahawks but that a deal could come together quickly with either team, given the time crunch.Seattle, where Clowney played in 2019, and Tennessee both would be looking to pay him around $12 million per season, Robinson said. He reportedly turned down an offer earlier this offseason that could have been as high as $18 million from the Cleveland Browns.Jon Robinson, speaking with interviewer Paul Kuharsky on a video conversation for a charity in early July, said he was impressed with what he had viewed of the 2014 No. 1 overall pick on social media.