Free-agent LB Karlos Dansby will visit the Dolphins on Friday and could sign a multiyear deal shortly thereafter if both sides can reach an agreement.
A source said any future visits involving Dansby hinge on how things go in Miami. Since that is the first stop for Dansby, there’s clearly mutual interest.
Even though Dansby is being wooed by the Dolphins, NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora reports that the Cardinals are working hard to re-sign him. The team is going after Dansby since it likely will not be able to re-sign safety Antrel Rolle, who’s meeting with the Giants on Friday.
Dansby, who played under the Cardinals’ franchise tag the past two seasons, was set free on the open market after his salary structure would have called for him to earn more than $10 million this season. He is the top linebacker in free agency and would fill a need for a fast, inside linebacker in the Dolphins’ 3-4 scheme.