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Thread: What's chirping: Does Anthony Fasano have a future in Miami?

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    Give me Finley and Fasano and ill be ecstatic. But I wouldn't mind Finley and Clay. I just don't want Fasano to be our #1 TE
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    I don't think it is a secret round these parts how much of a Fasano homer I am. This is a guy you need to retain on your football team, even if the price is 2 to 3m a year.
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    Fasano does everything well, he just doesn't scare defenses. If you gave him Mastrud's role, and got a guy with speed (the guy Egnew was supposed to be) and if he signed a team friendly contract...we'd be crazy not to try and retain him. A less dynamic Heath Miller.
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    Not for 4M a year. Maybe 2M.
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    Meh, Charles Clay is the better H-back than Fasano, plus Clay has some ability to be somewhat of a seam threat as well. You can keep a Kevin Miller or draft a young blocking TE late in the draft. Get us Dustin Keller and Egnew can be strictly a red zone target receiving TE in a 4 man rotation. I don't want Fasano back. He's a waste of cao space imo.
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    Did Fasano really play H back that much? I know we played him in the slot on some passing downs.
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    We need to keep the guy especially if the price is 3 mill or under.
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    Quote Originally Posted by uk_dolfan View Post
    The most underrated player in the NFL (at least by his own fanbase) bloody hope he stays, as a blocking tight end and a red zone threat he is great and doesn't cost a lot of money. Give him a pass catching partner and we have a great pair of tight ends.
    I'm surprised and glad the first post I read was positive. I totally agree. I read a lot of lack of respect for Fasano on here. Glad to see this post shows some support. Hope he stays. He doesn't get nearly enough credit.
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    Fasano and Eifert would be trouble for defenses. Which one is staying in blocking?

    Or Eifert splits out wide at 5 yard line and Fasano in.

    You think they are not looking for Eifert to get the ball? I am. Im covering big dude in the slot. Fasano scores. They hug in end zone.
    1. Melvin Gordon RB
    2. Bernardrick McKinney ILB
    3. Steve Nelson CB
    4. John Miller G
    5. Adrian Amos FS
    5. Kenny Bell WR
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    i say keep him but only as our #2/ backup
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