- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Wednesday from around the web:
Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel reports that the Dolphins are preparing to play without starting linebacker Dannell Ellerbe.
Morning take: Ellerbe thinks he can play, but he’s missed two practices already with a shoulder injury. Backup Jason Trusnik is working with the first team in the event Ellerbe cannot play.
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports the Dolphins could be looking to add another offensive lineman.
Morning take: The Dolphins have an open roster spot after releasing defensive lineman Marvin Austin on Tuesday. Adding an offensive tackle or guard makes sense.
Hal Habib of the Palm Beach Post writes that tight end Charles Clay’s production does not surprise Dolphins coaches.
Morning take: Many expected a major drop-off after the season-ending injury to tight end Dustin Keller. But Clay has done a good job of getting open and finishing plays.
Via the team’s website, Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace says he’s ready for AFC East play.
Morning take: The Dolphins are the last AFC East team to play a division game. It is important for Miami to begin divisional play on the right foot.