According to some news reports today its being said that Keith Bullock will be visiting teams in 3 weeks, with that said one of the first two names that have usually come up are the Titans and Lions due to their association to the player involved.
My question to the PoD is this, Should Detroit make a strong bid for him if he's healthy enough to play? I figure we'll be hearing a little bit more over those weeks to come on just how healthy he is as he's one of the few Talented and UFA's left that cost money and not draft choices. The other thought is that the June 1st cuts will also be coming up soon and who knows what could happen there as well.
For me I say as long as the guy is healthy and can give Detroit depth even at 90-95% he's more of a game changer than any of the other LB's are proven, he doesn't have to be a every down LB and it still can allow the younger core to gain the knowledge and game time needed to continue to develop. They can sign on at least a 2yr, plus hes already got 10 years on under him, this is in case someone like Peterson slips away from them in the next off season, they still have someone who's a Pro Bowl caliber player to teach our younger LB core. And someone who knows Schwartz style of play. Detroit has a lack of depth at LB and even if he wouldn't be fully 100% til 3-4 wk into season, I believe he'd still be a great asset to the team and make a mid-late season impact.