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Current team: Arizona Cardinals
What a season Karlos Dansby is having.
The veteran linebacker lingered on the market after the Dolphins dumped him for a younger model, ultimately signing a one-year deal with his former team in Arizona. It was a match made in desert heaven.
Dansby has played so well that he is garnering some Defensive Player of the Year attention. He is among the league leaders in defensive touchdowns, interceptions, tackles and sacks at his position. Dansby certainly seems to be a motivated man.
If he wins the award, he should mail it to Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland or at least email him a picture next to the hardware.
At any rate, what does this all mean for the 32-year-old?
Well, it probably means he will get one last, worthwhile contract in the NFL. Unfortunately, even a big year won't stop teams from looking twice at that birthdate.
New Team: Arizona Cardinals
Contract: Two years, $10 million