Can Brandon Flowers
return to his pre-2013 form? At least ten NFL teams are curious. (Rob Carr/Getty)
The Kansas City Chiefs couldn't trade former Pro Bowl cornerback Brandon Flowers, but that doesn't mean teams across the league aren't interested in his services.
On Sunday morning news broke suggesting that the Baltimore Ravens were interested in signing Flowers, who was eventually released by the Chiefs.
Baltimore's interest was just the beginning, as multiple other teams have emerged as potential suitors for Flowers, including the Detroit Lions according to NFL insider Ian Rapoport.
In addition to the Ravens and Lions, the Minnesota Vikings and Atlanta Falcons are among ten teams that have been rumored to have interest in Flowers, though the other five teams haven't been identified.
At 28 years old, Flowers could be a free agent coup for a team willing to take a risk that he'll be able to return to his pre-2013 form.