With Burfict there is no reward...it's all risk.
Nobody wants the kid described above. However, this point in the draft is where you can gamble. If Burfict changes his ways and matures, you've potentially landed a top 2 round talent in the 6th or 7th. If he doesn't change, you've essentially lost nothing and can cut him without much regret. 6th's and 7th's rarely stick around anyway and they don't cost much money.
I think as an UDFA the risk factor isn't really there. You have nothing to lose and a potential starter to gain.
red flags exist for a reason..
I liked VB early on too. What a waste of talent. That said, I would sign him and give him a look.
The problem is that we could cut another guy in favor of him, and then they guy will get into trouble or smoke a mary jane and get suspended.
He will add unnecessary drama if he cannot get his shet together.
Even Brandon Marshall would pass on him