The 2013 NFL draft takes center stage later this week, but the Bills were busy hosting a free agent to possibly fill another positional hole before the league's show at Radio City begins Thursday night.
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Buffalo is playing host to veteran free agent linebacker Karlos Dansby. Set to enter his 10th NFL season Dansby (6-4, 250) was a surprise release of the Miami Dolphins back on March 13th. The Bills AFC East rival cut Dansby after they signed free agent LB Dannell Ellerbe to a big contract a day prior.
Dansby is coming off a very productive 2012 season in which he led the Dolphins with a career-high 134 tackles and also added a sack. The veteran linebacker has also been remarkably durable having missed just eight games over his first nine NFL seasons.
Dansby has experience and still offers very good athleticism for a 31-year old defender. An instinctive player who reacts quickly, Dansby is known as a physical defender. Known also for his consistent play, Dansby is familiar with 3-4 defensive systems having played in one for the Dolphins the last three seasons.