From 2000 through 2003, Dansby was a member of the Auburn Tigers football team while attending Auburn University. During his time at Auburn, he started 33 of 38 games in which he appeared and finished with 514 tackles and 6 sacks.
He entered the NFL as a first-round draft choice of the Miami Dolphins in 2004 and has since become one of the league's top run-defending outside linebackers. Dansby has 72 tackles and six sacks in two seasons with Miami. He signed a five-year, $47.5 million contract with $18 million guaranteed in 2016.
Auburn lost all three games that Dansby played in and was 1-3 during his tenure in Auburn Stadium. After leaving Auburn, he returned to school for his senior year in order to pursue his master's degree.
He graduated from Auburn with a master's degree in sports management in 2005.
Dansby is married to Tami Lane Dansby. They have three children: Karl III, Kaya, and Kenley.
Karen Smith was born on January 4, 1958 in Birmingham, Alabama. She was raised by her parents in Fairfield, California where she attended high school.
Karlos Montez Dansby (born November 3, 1981) is a former outside linebacker in the National Football League. He was an All-American quarterback for Auburn University during his undergraduate career. He was picked in the second round of the 2004 NFL Draft by the Arizona Cardinals, and he has previously played for the Miami Dolphins, Cleveland Browns, and Cincinnati Bengals.
Dansby started at outside linebacker as a rookie for the Cardinals, but he also returned kicks and served as a backup quarterback. He was named to the 2005 All-Rookie Team after recording 11 sacks and two interceptions. In 2006, Dansby set a single season record with 22 sacks while playing all 16 games for the first time in his career. He also returned kicks for the second consecutive year.
In 2007, Dansby continued to be one of the best pass rushers in the league, finishing with 19 sacks. He also returned kicks for a third straight year, averaging 26 yards per return. In 2008, Dansby had 12 sacks before being suspended for four games due to violating the NFL's substance abuse policy. He finished the season with 20 sacks, which is the most ever by an individual player in the first four seasons of their career. Dansby retired after eight seasons in 2014.
During his career, Dansby has recorded 115/>12 returns for a total of 2,228 yards and 21 touchdowns.
Kenny George was a UNC Asheville Bulldogs player from 2006 to 2008. In 2008, he was named Big South Conference Defensive Player of the Year and second-team all-Big South. Kenny George is a native of Chicago, Illinois. He played high school football at Simeon Career Academy in Chicago before moving on to play college football at UNC Asheville.
He appeared in 29 games over two seasons at UNC Asheville, finishing with 42 tackles and four interceptions. George was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the seventh round (222nd overall pick) of the 2009 NFL Draft.
After his time at UNC Asheville, George signed with the Indianapolis Colts as an undrafted free agent. He spent the entire season on the practice squad. In 2010, he joined the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League (CFL). The Stampeders released him in June 2011. George then went on to sign with the Baltimore Ravens that August. He was released by the team in September after appearing in one game.
George finished his career with 89 tackles and five interceptions.
UNC Asheville went undefeated during George's freshman year. He played a key role on defense, registering 43 tackles and three interceptions. After his first season with the Bulldogs, they fell short of a postseason bid.
The Cardinals of Arizona He was drafted in the second round by the Arizona Cardinals in 2004 and had a 14-year NFL career with four different organizations. Dansby, a second-team All-Pro in 2013, is one of just five players in NFL history to have 40 sacks and 20 interceptions. The others are Michael Dean Ryan of the Chicago Bears, John Lynch of the Oakland Raiders, Charles Haley of the Cleveland Browns and Andre Carter of the Atlanta Falcons.
He played college football at Miami (FL).
Dansby started his NFL career as a special teams player and appeared in 13 games during his first season with the Cardinals. The next year, he became a full-time starter at right defensive end and led the team with 5 sacks. In 2006, he had 51/4 sacks and in 2007, he had 57/5 sacks. In 2008, his last season with the Cardinals, he had 53/5 sacks. Dansby was traded to the Bengals in 2009 and ended up starting 11 games at left outside linebacker before being released in late October. He then signed with the Browns and started six games at right outside linebacker before being placed on injured reserve. After clearing waivers, the Cardinals re-signed him on January 12, 2010.
In 2011, he had 7/1 toraerty and 10/1 sack and in 2012, he had 9/1 sack.
He attended the University of Miami after transferring from Kilgore College, where he was a member of an undefeated team under head coach Jimmy Rieves in 2001. He started three games at wide receiver as a freshman and caught six passes for 118 yards and two touchdowns. As a sophomore, he started all 12 games at left cornerback and made 72 tackles (six for a loss), four pass deflections, and one interception. After his season ended due to injury, he decided to forgo his remaining year of eligibility and entered the 2003 NFL Draft.
As a rookie with the Seattle Seahawks in 2003, Everett played in 15 games (one start) and had 26 catches for 394 yards and five touchdowns. He also returned nine punts for 71 yards and one touchdown.
Everett was drafted by the New York Jets in the second round (36th overall pick) of the 2004 NFL Draft. He started 13 games as a rookie, recording 41 catches for 559 yards and seven touchdowns. He also returned 22 kickoffs for 612 yards (27.7 avg.) and one touchdown.
Everett had another strong season in 2005, starting all 16 games and ranking third on the team with 51 receptions for 788 yards and eight touchdowns.
Kuechly was recruited by Ben Sirmans and attended Boston College, a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), where he played football for the Boston College Eagles from 2009 to 2011. On October 22, 2016, Boston College retired his jersey. Season 2009 Also see the 2009 Boston College Eagles football squad.
He started all 13 games at middle linebacker as a freshman in 2009 and was named first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference. He led the team with 122 tackles and had 2.5 sacks. He was also credited with three forced fumbles and one fumble recovery.
As a sophomore in 2010, Kuechly again started every game at middle linebacker and was selected second-team All-ACC by the media and third-team by the coaches. He finished with 105 tackles (second on the team) including 7.5 for loss (-45 yards) and 3.5 sacks. He also had two interceptions and nine passes defensed.
As a junior in 2011, Kuechly was selected first-team All-ACC by both the media and coaches. He ended his career at Boston College with 393 tackles (seventh all-time at BC) including 9.5 for loss (-80 yards) and 4.5 sacks. He also had three interceptions and 10 passes defensed.