I'll bite. I don't have time for a full process at this point, so I'll start writing some thoughts and edit in additions later.
First, Miami's existing free agents:
I definitely re-sign the following restricted free agents: Devlin, Spitler, and Marlon Moore.
Depending on what coach Philbin wants, I may or may not re-sign Amaya, Mastrud, McCann, Brown, or Stanford.
I doubt I resign any of them.....maybe league minimum deal for camp fodder.
I definitely do not re-sign LT Long or CB Smith. Too much money for the production.
Agree with this....though I might offer Smith a deal a little below average with incentives.....doubt he takes it.
Offer Starks and Clemons below market deals with incentives before FA starts. If I sign them, great. If not (which probably happens), I wait to see what other folks are willing to pony up and evaluate if I want to match or beat it. Doubtful, unless the market comes in low.
Starks can walk, but I would look to resign Clemons....unless I can get someone like Laron Landry
Culver, Kaeding, and Matt Moore are gone. I think Reggie Bush can contribute, but it's obvious that he isn't in Coach Philbin's plans and let him leave.
I absolutely keep Moore. $2-4 million for a decent back up QB? Absolutely I try to resign him.
Fasano is a tough choice. He isn't dynamic enough for the passing game, but is a solid contributor. I probably let him test free agency and see what it would take to keep him. I think however I would commit these funds to going after an upgrade in free agency.
Here is your bus ticket....
G/T Garner... I think I want to keep Garner if I can get him cheap enough OR on a deal that won't cost me a fortune if I cut him (e.g. low signing bonus, but maybe higher salary).
That leaves Hartline, the toughest choice. I think I start off offering Hartline a nice contract, but probably not what he'd get if he hits free agency. Say a 4 year deal with a $8 mil signing bonus with annual salaries of $2 mil, $3 mil, $4 mil. In the 4th year give him a guaranteed $5 mil roster bonus and $4 mil salary - meaning Miami has to decide early if they want to keep him, renegotiate, or release him - either way meaning some good money for Hartline. Hartline gets good money upfront, but his annual cap hit is only $4 mil, $5, and $6 mil in the first three years. Good but not crazy money. I doubt his agent bites. If negotiations with Jennings/Wallace go well, I probably don't sweat this. But if those negotiations go poorly, I probably up my offer to Hartline because it's better to keep him then have a hole created.
Ditto all this.....though I would like to get a guy like Wallace AND bring back Hartline if the salary is reasonable.
Also, I think Bush is probably gone as well....