Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Miami morning take: Dolphins' low profile
By James Walker
Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Tuesday around the Web:
Morning take: The Dolphins do not have general manager, which means the personnel department lacks a leader. Expect plenty of chatter about Miami this week in Mobile, Ala.
- Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports the Dolphins are keeping a low profile at the Senior Bowl.
Morning take: Miami continues to slog through the general manager process. It’s not ideal, but this is the situation the Dolphins put themselves in.
- Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post writes this is a critical week for the Dolphins.
Morning take: Morris has some tools, but he has a lot to prove that he can thrive at the next level. There are some good quarterback prospects rated ahead of Morris.
- Andy Kent of the Dolphins team site takes a look at University of Miami quarterback Stephen Morris.
Morning take: Record numbers are declaring for the draft early. The rookie wage scale in the NFL forces college kids to exit quickly in order to get to that second contract.
- Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel says underclassmen are changing the landscape of the draft.