Dolphins To Sign Anthony Fasano

The Dolphins have reached an accord with free agent tight end Anthony Fasano, according to Jeff Darlington of (Twitter link).Anthony Fasano (Vertical)

The Titans were reportedly interested in re-signing Fasano, whose second Tennessee campaign featured him grading out as Pro Football Focus’ best run-blocking tight end. He paired with Delanie Walker to give the Titans two top-15 PFF tight ends, making Tennessee the only team to have two such players grade this high. As a receiver, 2016 marked Fasano’s worst season. In Mike Mularkey‘s run-first offense, Fasano caught just eight passes for 83 yards — each stat representing a career-low figure.

While the Giants and Jets were also eyeing Fasano, he’ll instead head to Miami, where he played from 2008-12. The Dolphins recently lost Dion Sims to the Bears, so Fasano will play the in-line tight end role in Adam Gase‘s TE-friendly offense, allowing Julius Thomas to flex out wide. Fasano ranked as PFR’s 7 No. free agent tight end.

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  1. Connorsoxfan

    I was hoping Fasano would go to Boston before they picked up Allen. Gronk and Bennett didn’t grade out top 15? Was Gronk not eligible (forget when he got hurt) or does Bennett do poorly with advanced metrics?

    • Connorsoxfan

      New England. Sorry, Allen always correlates to the Celtics in my head.


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