Bills host Karlos Dansby

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The Bills continued their search for linebacker help by meeting with a veteran option this week.

Field Yates of ESPN reports that the Bills had Karlos Dansby in for a visit. They also met with Kevin Minter and Will Compton recently as they look to make a move following the loss of Preston Brown to the Bengals.

Dansby was in Arizona for a third stint with the Cardinals in 2017 and started 15 games in his 14th NFL season. He had 95 tackles, a sack and an interception in those games. That interception was the 20th of his career and Dansby is one of five players in history with at least 40 sacks and 20 interceptions over the course of his NFL career.

The Bills have signed Julian Stanford and re-signed Ramon Humber in other moves at linebacker this month.

11 responses to “Bills host Karlos Dansby

  1. LB is definitely a position the Bills need to address in the draft

    We have had some vets come in here and do well in recent years but we need to stop the run

    Our secondary is pretty solid and this years focus has been on the line

    Lets pass on Dansby here

  2. just trying to get a last pay-check..NO THANK YOU !!!!!…That’s why we have the draft pic’s ..2 Lb’s in 3rd..Young and Cheap !!!!!!

  3. I posted before but didn’t say enough..WHY PAY THIS ABUSED BODY even league min. ? won’t make it thru the season or contribute on special teams !!! Draft 2 Lb’s with 3rd round pic’s..pay just as much and get 2 in-abused bodies that can PLAY Special teams and Fill in on Passing or Run Downs !!! DON’T SIGN A MONEY GRABBER !!!!!!!!

  4. Even if we draft LBs they still need some leadership and he’s been one of the best in the game and he knows how to hit hard. If it’s not a huge contract I say sign him even if he’s only playing 30% of snaps. Now that our line is clogging up the run we could use some LBs with good instincts.

  5. Dansby may have lost a step but he makes up for it by being savvy. Makes the right reads, always around the ball, makes big plays.

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