With Miami Dolphins tight end scheduled to become a free agent when the new league year begins in March, the Dolphins might end up letting him walk, according to ProFootballWeekly.com.
On the Dolphins’ long list of key free agents, TE Anthony Fasano is not expected to be a priority to re-sign. Though he’s a good blocker and effective in the red zone, leading the team with five TD catches, he is not a seam threat. The hope is that Michael Egnew, a 2012 third-round pick who appeared in two games without making a catch and appears to need more time to develop, can make the leap in Year Two and be the starter, especially if Fasano is not re-signed. Egnew does have the ability to make catches down the seam.