Miami Dolphin notes: Henne, Brown, Fasano

The Miami Herald talked to some NFL insiders about the Dolphins and there were a few fantasy notes:

• On RB Ronnie Brown, one executive said: "He's pretty damn good when he's healthy, but durability is always the question with him. He'll be 29 in December. He'll have a market in free agency next year but not too big of one.''

Said Matt Williamson: "Ronnie Brown is not elite. I don't know if you can put him in the top 12 to 15 running backs because you can't trust him. Ricky Williams might be the better player. It wouldn't shock me if their No. 1 pick next year is a running back.''

• One personnel director rates QB Chad Henne as a "solid NFL starter'' but doesn't project him to be a top-half-of-the-league starter. The other director said: "He'll lock on a receiver, force the ball and trust his arm too much at times. Accuracy is erratic, but most of his weaknesses are correctable.''

• One of the personnel directors said tight end must be upgraded eventually: "Anthony Fasano is not a guy you can create mismatches with in the passing game. Teams do not worry about him.''

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