Miami Dolphins

Will Karlos Dansby Sign with the Miami Dolphins?

GLENDALE, AZ - JANUARY 10:  Karlos Dansby #58 of the Arizona Cardinals leaves the field after scoring the final touchdown in overtime for his team's victory over the Green Bay Packers in the 2010 NFC wild-card playoff game at University of Phoenix Stadium on January 10, 2010 in Glendale, Arizona.  (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
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Jason DiCarloContributor IFebruary 25, 2010

As the NFL Combine started yesterday, rumors are flying in, including the possibility of the Miami Dolphins signing linebacker Karlos Dansby.

According to Greg Bedard of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, via Twitter, the word at the scouting combine is the Dolphins "will pay" Dansby.

Dansby is set to become an unrestricted free agent at midnight on March 5. Until then, the Cardinals hold exclusive negotiating rights with him.

Last week, there was a rumor that Dansby listed four teams he would be interested in playing for if/when he becomes an unrestricted free agent. Coincidentally, the Miami Dolphins were one of the teams on the "list." Dansby was quick to shoot that down, saying there was no "list" of teams.

With the need for linebacker help on the Dolphins, this opens up speculation and rumors, and we will continue to hear about them until Dansby signs with a new team.

However, Dansby could always re-sign with the Cardinals.

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