NFL free agency is just about a month away and the Chicago Bears will be looking to plug some holes.
One of those holes might be the tight end position where Trey Burton and Adam Shaheen both spent most of last season injured.
A possible solution is 2007 Chicago Bears first round pick Greg Olsen.
Olsen and the Carolina Panthers decided to part ways this week and some people want to see Olsen back in a Bears' uniform.
However it doesn't sound like general manager Ryan Pace has any interest in the 34 year old.
While appearing on ESPN, Olsen said he was hoping for a phone call from the Bears' but hasn't heard from them yet.
The only teams Olsen is scheduled to meet with at the moment are the Bills, Redskins & Seahawks.
Would you like to see Olsen back in a Bears' uniform?
TE Greg Olsen on @WaddleandSilvy said that he was hoping the #Bears would've been one of the first teams to call and inquire about a possible reunion in Chicago. That has not -yet- happened. Olsen is set to meet with the Bills, Redskins & Seahawks.
— Christian Shanafelt (@ChrisShanafelt) February 4, 2020