Chances of return: Decent. Urban, 27, was re-signed to a one-year, $1.1 million, prove-it deal last offseason, and he at least proved he could withstand the rigors of an entire season in the trenches. The 6-foot-7 defensive end, a gifted run stopper, appeared in all 16 games for the second time in three years, and his 16 starts well surpassed his previous career high of three. But Urban has played in a combined nine games in his three other NFL seasons, and offered little pass-rush production even when healthy (3½ sacks, four quarterback hits in his career). His future could depend on the progress of seventh-round pick Zach Sieler, who appeared in just two games last season.