Marcus Smith of the NFL Network reports that Milliner is spending his Sunday with the Titans, who will draft 10th overall later this month. He’ll then move onto a meeting with the owners of the first overall selection when he visits with the Chiefs.
Milliner almost certainly isn’t going first overall, so the meeting with the Chiefs is likely due diligence in case they wind up trading out of the top spot or land another first round pick at some point. The Titans could definitely use a cornerback, although Milliner’s generated sufficient interest among the teams at the top of the draft that it is quite possible he’ll be off the board by the time the 10th pick rolls around.
We have no idea whether the prospect of playing for either of these teams is as exciting to Milliner as the prospect of playing for the Browns, but we imagine Milliner’s going to be a pretty happy man pretty early in the first round on April 25.