The free agent market wasn't was Karlos Dansby wanted – and he was surprised he was swimming in those waters in the first place – but in the end, the lure to return to his original team was too great. So the veteran linebacker, who still lives in the Arizona home he owned during his first six years in the NFL as a Cardinal, took a one-year contract worth a little less than he had been hoping for Friday. It didn't dampen his smile at all. “It's unbelievable, man,” Dansby said right after signing his new deal. “To have this opportunity, with Mr. (Michael) Bidwill and his vision and Coach (Bruce) Arians' vision, Todd Bowles, the whole team has a vision and I'm part of that vision.