Most important offseason in years for Miami.
I've read on Phinsider.com, Miami can free up about $12M-$15M in additional money, if they were to, cut both Richard Marshall and Richie Incognito; as well as, restructure both Soliai and Dansby. It looks as if Patterson is going to have to restructure as well if he's going to make it past 2012. Phinsider.com suggest Marshall's back is problematic and he could be replaced. I think Ireland has a plan in place and most of the players already know if they are coming back to Miami next season. The whole league did the same thing Miami has done this season, by not resigning anyone to extensions during the season, preferring to wait until late or after the season ended.
Not a Trusnik fan!
I always kinda liked Trusnik despite what some around here may say. I think he is solid on ST and when given opportunities on D or forced into action because of injuries he hasnt done a terrible job IMHO. In fact, he has made a couple of plays. He is better than some of the bums we have kept on this team that people seem to think are good. At that contract he is a great bargain. Im glad he is going to be on the team for the next couple of seasons.
I cant wait for this offseason. March and April are going to be exciting times. LETS GO!!!!
Bill Belichick on "putting the tape on"
I like Trusnik but special teams is not why. He is a good cover LB over middle and sets the edge good when needed. Solid backup,thats why he is resigned. He prob can fill any LB spot. ive noticed him since preseason covering julio jones.
1. Todd Gurley/Melvin Gordon RB
2. Phillip Dorsett/Tyler Lockett WR (Trade down)
3. Arie Kouandjio G
4. Erik Rowe CB
5. Jake Ryan OLB/ILB
5. Steve Nelson CB
6. Nick Boyle TE