If Desmond Bishop can prove himself well, he should be in demand.
And there might not be more of a need for the soon-to-be-former Packers linebacker than inside the NFC North.
According to Weston Hodkiewicz of the Green Bay Press-Gazette, Bishop’s first visit once he’s officially a free agent is expected to be with the Vikings.
That report doesn’t include any comments from Bishop or his agent, but the Vikings have been one of the usual suspects for inside linebackers all offseason. Brian Urlacher’s name kept popping up there before he decided to retire, and many thought they’d make a play for Manti Te’o in the draft.
Neither materialized, so linking Bishop to them makes sense, though he’ll doubtless have other teams interested.