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Ex-#Dolphins LB Karlos Dansby is visiting the #Cardinals right now, I'm told. (@mikejurecki first mentioned). Daryl Washington insurance?
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) May 8, 2013
Since being released by the Dolphins, Karlos Dansby has done anything but make a splash in free agency. The Bengals, Bills, and Cardinals have all shown some interest in the aging inside linebacker. I have him ranked near the top of my available free agents list. Dansby will be 32 at the end of this year and has lost a step in his pass rushing ability - 20.5 sacks in his first 4 seasons, 7 sacks in the last 4. He was drafted in 2004 by the Cardinals ('04-'09) and played the last three season with the Dolphins where he had an impressive 332 combined tackles (887 career).
At this point in free agency, whatever team lands Dansby is likely going to find value. Other options still unsigned at ILB are Brendon Ayanbadejo and Brian Urlacher - both 36 years old. Even though Dansby is reportedly requiring a multi-year contract, it would be worth a team like Baltimore, Chicago, or Minnesota to roll the dice on him anchoring their defense.
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The Arizona Cardinals front office stated on Friday that ‘you can always come back home.’
The team announced a one-year deal with inside linebacker Karlos Dansby who spent his first six NFL seasons in Arizona red.
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