The Boston Globe called it a surprise that Caserio even agreed to interview with the Dolphins, saying he turned down other GM opportunities in the past, including the Colts in 2012. From the Globe: It is believed (Caserio) is the salary cap guy since Floyd Reese left the team, and he is frequently on the practice fields behind Gillette Stadium, keeping an eye on the roster as he keeps up with scouting the pro ranks and college players. Belichick frequently credits Caserio and his staff — the director of college scouting is Jon Robinson and the director of pro scouting is Bob Quinn — for finding players who contribute to the Patriots’ success, but many observers assume that Belichick is the one who pulls the strings, and it’s unclear how much influence Caserio has over those decisions. A league source said Friday night that little is known about Caserio, around the league and that he’s seen more as an organizer than decision-maker. - See more at: http://blogs.palmbeachpost.com/thed...-meets-again-with-miami/#sthash.In7J8jTf.dpuf ----------------------------- A capologist for what, to work under or at Aponte's side? This is getting pathetic. We need a GM who is a talent evaluator, personnel/draft guru and a decision maker.