Cleveland Browns Linebacker Karlos Dansby Cuts Price on Florida Mansion

  • Karlos-Dansby

    Karlos-Dansby  (2014 Getty Images)

  • Decked out in gold

    Decked out in gold

After splitting his career between the Arizona Cardinals and the Miami Dolphins, NFL linebacker Karlos Dansby left both teams behind for the Cleveland Browns in 2014. In keeping with his career transition, the run-stuffing 'backer put his Florida mansion up for sale last year.

It doesn't look like he has plans to take his talents back to South Beach anytime soon. He recently cut the price of his home in Southwest Ranches from $4.4 million to $4.1 million.

The 9,060-square-foot home is high-end -- and we wouldn't expect anything less from a baller who signed a $43 million contract with the Dolphins in 2010. The home features custom woodwork, vaulted ceilings, and Viking appliances, according to the listing.

The home has several oversize rooms, including a two-story living area with fireplace and a master suite with sitting area. The soaking tub in the master bathroom is surrounded by at least four lighted vanities that we could see.

Outside there are palm trees and a pool with waterfall, ideal for soaking up the rays in sunny Florida.