Brian Urlacher and the Chicago Bears have ended negotiations to bring the veteran linebacker back to Chicago. Urlacher passed on the Bears' single offer of one-year, two million, according to league sources.
It was reported last week that the Minnesota Vikings could be interested in the middle linebacker's services. So, with this bit of news, should the Vikings pick up talks with Urlacher again?
Urlacher would fill a hole that we will be addressing in the draft but at most be mentoring who we still draft to replace him. Although 2+ mil over what I can't imagine being more than two years sounds like a lot, with the loss of Antoine Winfield, that kind of leadership on defense could be valuable.
Now that I mention it, I honestly would rather them sign Winfield back with that money instead and draft a Kevin Minter or Arthur Brown, myself.
What do you all think?