FASANO's an excellent blocker. He's mediocre as a pass catcher. I/d/k the TE you mentioned, but if he is a legit blocker AND pass-catcher, he's worth it. FASANO is, and always should've been, the 2nd blocking TE, since he DOES have some ability as a pass-catcher, which MASTRUD doesn't. (MASTRUD goes) I see your man, FASANO, CLAY and EGGNOG as the TE corps, assuming that both CLAY and EGGNOG show more as "seams" threat TEs. Hopefully at least 1 of them develops and stays.
The RB situation is truly up in the air, but it isn't necessarily bad. DT stays, and L MILLER gets more "touches", to see what he's got. I agree w/you about J GRAY: if he makes it all the way back from his injury, he could be REALLY good. BUSH stays if he doesn't demand a fortune to re-sign. If he does, bye-bye.Certainly, his role should change, away from running i/s the Tackles.
As to DE/DT, the cold, hard facts are that MIAMI's "front 4" doesn't get nearly enough consistent pressure on the QB. The "ODRICK experiment" at RDE is i/m/o a failure. Try him at DT: he has the size, and a lot of speed. Playing him there means he and STARKS play 1 DT, and Big PAUL and RANDALL play the other. McDANIEL serves us best by leaving and saving us considerable "cap" room. Try O VERNON at RDE, and see how he does. Getting pressure from the RDE is important: otherwise WAKE will be double/triple teamed all day, every day.
At CB, SMITH and CARROLL stay: hopefully, CARROLL will end up as our 3rd or 4th CB. WILSON sucks at CB. If we keep 5, he stays; if not, he goes. That leaves 2 spots. At least ONE (I say TWO) must come from the Draft. I'm not concentrating on the Draft much just yet. F/A and the Draft must be a co-ordinated effort...and F/A comes first, timewise. At S, I like JONES: he's our starting SS. CLEMONS should only be a reserve, or "2nd String"...if that. I'd consider MARSHALL AS A FS, if he makes it back from his back injury. Otherwise, no! MIAMI's FS problem must be rectified.
I'd go after WALLACE from those cap-troubled STEELERS, along with K LEWIS. A solid zone-blocking G would be nice, too, if one becomes available.
As to J LONG, it all depends on his price. If it's under $10 Million, I'd keep him; if not, no. It's that simple. MIAMI could give JAKE a 4 year deal w/50% guaranteed, to give him "security" in exchange for megabucks. But his price MUST come down.
My draft preferences depend on what is done in F/A. I am inclined to trade down if we end up w/a pick in the top 10. I'd be looking for a 1st Round pick somewhere from 11 to 18, and a 2nd or 3rd. Beyond CB, I'd be looking for OLBs to replace either/both of BURNETT and MISI. (BURNETT goes first) I am not happy w/the play of the o/s LBs.