1. The Minnesota Vikings could let some defensive lineman walk in free agency
Overall, the Minnesota Vikings have three interesting names on their defensive line that are hitting free agency this offseason. The first is Marcus Davenport. Davenport has been up and down throughout his career, which is why the Vikings just gave him a one-year deal worth less than expected.
Davenport got hurt early on and did not show anything. It is hard to see Minnesota bring him back and even harder to see his value increase. At the right price, his upside would be a welcome addition to the Chicago Bears.
DJ Wonnum started in place of Davenport and had an excellent year. The Vikings should try to re-sign him. If they do not, the Bears have to be all over this. Wonnum is 26 and playing his best football right now. This would be an underrated but excellent addition.
Lastly, Jonathan Bullard is a free agent. Yes, that Bullard is still around in the NFL. He even played a career-high 643 snaps last year, serving as a starter for most of the season. The Bears are going to lose Justin Jones, and in a rotational role, we could see Bullard come full circle and join the Bears once again. Either way, the Bears' defensive line is the weak unit of the defense, so they have to be interested in which names will be entering free agency on the Vikings.