3. Karlos Dansby, ILB

The <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT000189" title="Miami Dolphins" href="/topic/sports/football/miami-dolphins-ORSPT000189.topic">Miami Dolphins</a> released Dansby shortly after they signed former Ravens inside linebacker <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT0012395" title="Dannell Ellerbe" href="/topic/sports/football/dannell-ellerbe-PESPT0012395.topic">Dannell Ellerbe</a>, which is a little ironic considering that the Dolphins also threw big money at Dansby, the hottest inside linebacker on the market in 2010. Dansby, 31, can still play, and he has extensive experience in 3-4 schemes. His price tag could still be higher than the Ravens are willing to spend, but it seems likely that they will sign a veteran inside linebacker at some point. As a player, Dansby makes a lot of sense.

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The Miami Dolphins released Dansby shortly after they signed former Ravens inside linebacker Dannell Ellerbe, which is a little ironic considering that the Dolphins also threw big money at Dansby, the hottest inside linebacker on the market in 2010. Dansby, 31, can still play, and he has extensive experience in 3-4 schemes. His price tag could still be higher than the Ravens are willing to spend, but it seems likely that they will sign a veteran inside linebacker at some point. As a player, Dansby makes a lot of sense.

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