With free agency approaching, the Arizona Cardinals have said that offers on the table for many of their own players set to hit the market. General manager Steve Keim has used the word "aggressive" to describe the approach the team has been using. Of course, the only free agent to return so far is punter Dave Zastudil.
One very important player is linebacker Karlos Dansby. According to Mike Jurecki from Fox Sports 910, the team has made a multi-year offer to him.
That would make sense, considering he feels that he can play the high level he did last season for three or four more years.
What was that offer? The numbers were not known by Jurecki.
What should they be? Would you pay him a contract similar to Carson Palmer -- a three-year deal that voids after two? How about three years, $24 million? Would you go just two years? How much do you think it will take to keep him here?