The Arizona Cardinals are living proof that you don't need to back up the Brinks truck to acquire high-end talent in free agency.
Sometimes, it's about finding a young player who's ready to break out. And then there's how the Cardinals succeeded this offseason -- targeting two veterans other teams believed already had played their best football
Abraham now has 11 sacks in the past seven games. He's become an every-down linebacker, far surpassing any expectations. His contract -- spanning two years and $4.6 million -- looks like a bargain for the 13-year pro.
"It was a lot of disrespect in that situation and it motivated me, without a doubt," Dansby said of his Miami release, according to the Cardinals' official website. "And you can see the outcome from that."