After being released by the Green Bay Packers earlier this month, seven year veteran Desmond Bishop became a pretty desired man.
The talented linebacker missed the entire 2012 season with a severe right hamstring injury and after he and the Packers were unable to agree on a contract, the team released him when they were unable to find a willing trade partner.
A handful of teams were deemed as favorites to sign Bishop but it appears the former Cal Bear has narrowed his choices down to three teams.
Per Ian Rapoport:
What’s the latest on former
#Packers LB Desmond Bishop? Still deciding between #Vikings, #Chiefs, and #Giants. Stay tuned…
Bishop, who had 90 solo tackles and 115 overall along with 5 sacks in 2011 says his goal is to be named the 2013 Defensive Player of the Year so whatever team does snag the linebacker, they should get a motivated talent.
Bishop would be projected to be a middle linebacker in both the Vikings and Giants 4-3 defenses while he’d most likely be a inside linebacker for the Chiefs