MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. Karlos Dansby has been playing somewhat in anonymity for nine seasons. He believes he should have made a Pro Bowl at some point.
But some national publicity finally has come Dansbys way. And he hardly cares its not exactly the positive variety.
Forbes named the Miami Dolphins linebacker the second-most overpaid player in the NFL. Dansby, earning 10.7 million this season, trailed only New York Jets linebacker David Harris, who is making 12 million.
I wouldnt call it dissing, Dansby said in an interview with FOX Sports Florida. They finally recognize that I got that bag, as (Dolphins cornerback) Sean Smith would say. I got that bag. They finally recognize it. Im paid. Thats what I mean by that. They finally recognize that that man makes a lot of money in this league. Its a beautiful league. Now, they can keep their eyes on me.
After six seasons with Arizona, Dansby signed a five-year, 43 million contract with the Dolphins before the 2010 season. Now, Dansby co...