Re: Caserio turns down offer to become Miami GM
posted at 1/26/2014 10:02 AM EST
In response to DeadAhead2's comment:
Smart move. I was wondering why there wasn't a breaking news story about him accepting it.
Miami clearly wanted him out of the 8 candidates and why not? The Exec of the Year with BB here and the brilliance has him as the hottest commodity in the league.
His best bet is to go to the NFC, wait on soliciting the coach and staff, with a good situation vs going into a mess like that.
Maimi is in serious trouble with Philbin, some cap hell and a question mark at QB. Plus, they aren't winning the division any time soon. Still chuckling at Mt Hurl claiming Miami is a good situation. lol
I would listen to anyone, but I always felt like this was practice, so to speak, for Caserio. He's just setting the stage and priming for his real move in 1-2 years.
Who won the executive of the year? BB? Cesario?
And how much cap space does Miami have right now? Aren't they somewhere around 36 million UNDER the cap heading into the 2014 off season? That sounds like a good situation to be in if you're a GM accepting that job, no? I mean it appears as if they have found their quarterback (no Brady, I know), but still they have a promising guy locked up for reasonable money. They have some pass rushers, they have cap space, they are selecting at a good position in the draft...the only problem is they play in the same division Tom Brady plays. That has put a lot of guys in the unemployment line, you know all about the unemployment line don't you rust?