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

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    A guy worth keeping as a backup about 2 million a year would be about right. I dont think he is a good nfl starter but he is a valuable player
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    I love how all our "impact" players everyone says is a good #2... Fasano, Bush, Hartline, Smith.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smith21 View Post
    I love how all our "impact" players everyone says is a good #2... Fasano, Bush, Hartline, Smith.
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    You guys do realize that without Fasano there is zero TE ability on this roster right? You have Clay (h-back) and Mastrud (tight end) manning the duties, neither of which inspire confidence at all playing the true TE position. H-back is a completely different position and even so Fasano graded out better than Clay in that regard.

    You keep Fasano and draft a TE to pair with him. I'd cut Egnew, his dumbass will never be a quality NFL player, right now his only purpose in the locker room is converting O2 to CO2. The TE you draft needs to beat out Msstrud, which shouldn't be a hard task since he was thrid on the depth chart behing Clay who cannot play true TE to save his ass.

    So heading into camp you have Fasano, Clay and a draft pick and maybe Miller or Mastrud as a 4th.
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    What's chirping: Does Anthony Fasano have a future in Miami?

    He needs to be teamed up with a legitimate seem threat TE like Keller. Re signing him is a no brainier for me. Much more valuable to the team then Starks, Long or Smith.
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