The Browns finally got a player to take their money today, so naturally, somebody else had theirs taken away.
According to Pat McManamon of ESPN.com, the Browns have informed linebacker Karlos Dansby that he’s being released.
Dansby should have seen this coming, after the Browns signed Jets inside linebacker Demario Davis this morning to a two-year, $8 million deal.
Then again. He might not mind. During an interview on SiriusXM NFL Radio this morning, Dansby referred to his stint in Cleveland as being less than fun.
“The last two years may have been the toughest two years I’ve ever had in the league by far,” the 34-year-old Dansby said.
Of course, there is a trade-off, as he signed a four-year, $24 million deal there in 2014 to endure that torture. But now he’s free, to find a better situation and someone to pay him.