The Bengals are certainly doing their due diligence to get a good grasp of who the best free agents left on the market are, and which ones could be potential fits on the team in 2013. Several players have visited over the past week, and the latest is middle linebacker Karlos Dansby, who was cut earlier this offseason by the Miami Dolphins to allow them to go one their free agent spending spree.
Dansby, 31, had a solid year in Miami, where he recorded a team-high 134 tackles and one sack. He was originally a second-round selection of the Arizona Cardinals in the 2004 NFL Draft and racked up 25.5 sacks, 10 interceptions and 11 forced fumbles in six seasons with the team.
The Baltimore Ravens have also showed interest in Dansby, but they are reportedly close to signing MLB Rolando McClain, so that would take them out of the running for Dansby.
According to Adam Schefter , the Bengals also hosted free agent safety Kerry Rhodes on Monday.
Again, don’t expect any more signings before the NFL Draft.