With his future with the Bears in doubt, the question for Alex Brown is where he would end up.
Brown's due at least $5 million in base salary in each of the next two seasons, a steep price for the Bears, who obviously believe they've got some younger, cheaper options behind him.
But Brown could be appealing to a team that believes it's a contender and needs a player like him.
What does he bring to the table?
Although he'll turn 31 in June, Brown has been very durable, he's been productive (averages 5.4 sacks per season), and he's a leader in the locker room.
Brown also has the ability to play in a 4-3 scheme, or a 3-4 scheme, given his athleticism.
He could be appealing, in fact, to tams that use the latter scheme. Within the NFC North, the Green Bay Packers just lost Aaron Kampman in free agency, to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Teams don't like to trade within their own division, but the Bears -- if they could create a market -- would clearly take the best deal, especially since they need more draft picks.