Karlos Dansby attracting many suitors for his services
As expected, Karlos Dansby has many teams interested in having him roam the middle of their defense next season and beyond.
The inside linebacker will become a free agent Tuesday afternoon and according to reports has already spoken with multiple teams.
The Cardinals have expressed their interest in keeping Dansby, coach Bruce Arians even saying they offered him a contract a day after the season ended.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport believes the Tennessee Titans and Dansby's former Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt will take a run at him.
Dansby had a monster season on a one-year deal with the Cardinals after his tenure in Miami ended. He made 122 tackles, had 6.5 sacks and four interceptions.
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