Peyton Manning attends a press conference announcing Manning's release from the Colts at Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center on March 7, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Joey Foley/Getty Images)
(NBC Sports) -- Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams informed WSMV-TV Tuesday night that the club will be meeting with free agent quarterback Peyton Manning on Wednesday.
Adams told the television station that he believes Manning is "really interested" in the Titans, and expects a "quick decision" from the future Hall of Famer.
"I think he's ... wanting to sign up with somebody pretty quickly," said Adams.
The Titans will meet with Manning at a secret location. NBC News has learned the meeting is taking place in Atlanta.
Adams has not been shy about his desire to acquire the four-time NFL Most Valuable Player. The Titans are trying to sign free agent guard Steve Hutchinson, a friend of Manning's, and Adams told the Nashville Tennessean earlier this week that he'd be "disappointed" if the club didn't sign Peyton.