Keller isn't the greatest blocker, but he's decent at it. The real advantage is his athleticism and it's shown in his productivity with the Jets. He knows the Rams offense and given his connections he could be a suitable target for the Rams.
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PFF Grade: -0.6
Fasano isn't as athletic as Cook, Keller, or even Kendricks. But he makes up for it by being reliable. He's a decent all-around tight end but you could do far worse for a role player.
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PFF Grade: +4.0
Boss has concussion problems, so this would depend completely on his health and willingness to continue to play football. He was on the IR for most of the year with the Chiefs, but he's had a productive career as a pass-catching tight end with the Giants and briefly with the Raiders.
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|2012 Regular Season||3
PFF Grade: +1.8
Barnidge has good measurables, but hasn't really produced to this point. He's been a project with the Panthers and has had his share of time on special teams. Barnidge would probably be that low cost, camp body, maybe-he can-make-the-team type move.
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|2012 Regular Season||6
PFF Grade: +1.4
We've all been briefed on Jared Cook. Do I think he's worth the type of money he's asking for? No. Would he be able to create mismatches and help Sam Bradford grow? Yes. He's a natural receiver, he isn't much of a blocker, and he'd probably relegate Lance Kendricks to the role Kendricks currently fills.
You can't deny the talent however, and a former Titan will always have that Jeff Fisher connection.
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