CLEVELAND - The Cleveland Browns were not shy about spending part of their $49 million available in cap space when the clock struck 4 p.m. Tuesday to signal the start of NFL free agency.
Shortly after the Browns struck a deal with safety Donte Whitner, the team went out and plugged a hole at linebacker and came to terms with Arizona Cardinals free agent Karlos Dansby.
Dansby agreed to a four year deal worth $24 million.
Dansby has been a solid linebacker over his ten year career he has missed just eight games. Last season he racked up 114 tackles and six and a half sacks.