Found November 16, 2012 on 60 Max Power O:
PLAYERS: Karlos Dansby
TEAMS: Miami Dolphins

Remember when some tough guy would say, “I’d beat you with one arm tied behind my back?” Well, Karlos Dansby is proving that theory through by playing with a torn bicep. The Miami Dolphins linebacker has been playing with a torn bicep muscle for three weeks. “I’m the best,” he stated, “that is how I feel. I’m proving it by doing it with one arm. Most guys would have sat out and would have went and had surgery.” Dansby is an old school type of NFL player, the type to rub some dirt on it and move on. Dansby isn’t just talking smack; he’s the Dolphins' defensive leader with 76 tackles.

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