Chiefs Agree To Four Year Deal With Anthony Fassano: Grade The Move
Oct 28, 2012; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Miami Dolphins tight end Anthony Fasano (80) catches a touchdown pass against New York Jets defensive back Isaiah Trufant (35) during the game at Met Life Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Chris Faytok/THE STAR-LEDGER via USA TODAY Sports
According to multiple reports, the Kansas City Chiefs agreed to a deal with former Miami Dolphins TE Anthony Fasano almost as soon as the 2013 NFL league year began.
Now we know the contract is for four years, per ESPN.com’s Adam Schefter.
The Chiefs were obviously ready to execute this move and execute it quickly. We’ve seen throughout the offseason that Chiefs GM John Dorsey is very methodical in his approach.
Now it is time to grade the move. Though we don’t know the exact contract details, I thought it would be fun to assign a grade just based on a football perspective.
For me, I think it is a very smart move by Dorsey and Reid. Fasano is a former second-round pick that is a solid blocker and can contribute in the passing game. He’ll be a nice compliment for TE Tony Moeaki.
I give the move a B.