Fasano has started all 60 games he's played in Miami since arriving from the Dallas Cowboys in a trade early in the Bill Parcells regime. He occupies that vague realm of "solid, not great" starters which usually leaves fans wanting more. The Dolphins appear headed in another direction at the position.
The buzzword for the Miami Dolphins' offense this offseason: up-tempo. The team wants more pace, more no-huddle and more short routes like any good West Coast offense.
Fasano averaged 443 yards over the last four years. We'd be surprised if that number doesn't decrease this season. We'd also be surprised if Fasano is back in Miami after his contract runs out.