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The Right Moves?

One of the latest orders of business prior to the start of free agency is tendering your own restricted free agents, which is what the Dolphins have done with Anthony Fasano and Quentin Moses. The Dolphins also opted out of the final year of Ronnie Brown's contract, making him a restricted free agent as well. But did the Dolphins make the right calls on those guys?

We'll start with Brown, who obviously is the most significant of the three players.The Dolphins extended a $3.97 million tender, and that will give them a first-round pick should they decide not to match an offer Brown gets on the market.Had the Dolphins not opted out, Brown would have received $5 million next season, so the Dolphins save $1 million on Brown's contract.Sure, they take the risk of... Recommended Stories

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