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New Offense for the Fins Could Hurt TE Anthony Fasano

The Palm Beach Post reports that the Fins new offense could wind up hurting tight end Anthony Fasano.

Anthony Fasano understands the challenge he’ll face for the Dolphins’ starting tight end job when training camp opens next month. The 6-foot-4, 255-pounder who is entering his seventh NFL season was a good fit for coach Tony Sparano’s run-oriented offense. But with Joe Philbin bringing in an up-tempo West Coast attack that puts an emphasis on speed and quickness off the line of scrimmage, Fasano could prove to be a square peg in a round hole. General Manager Jeff Ireland hedged his bets in April’s NFL Draft when he used a third-round pick on Missouri tight end Michael Egnew, who routinely lined up as an outside receiver for the Tigers. Also in the mix is second-year man Charles Clay.


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