Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Friday from around the Web:
The Dolphins team site writes team owner Stephen Ross was in town Thursday to visit during practice.
Morning take: This is a huge week for the organization and all hands are on deck. The Dolphins have a chance to make their first postseason in five years with a win over the New York Jets and some outside assistance.
David J. Neal of the Miami Herald writes about the duo of Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace and Brian Hartline.
Morning take: Both have a chance to go over 1,000 yards with solid performances Sunday. They would be the first pair to do that in Miami since 1991.
ESPN.com Kansas City Chiefs reporter Adam Teicher reports receiver Dwayne Bowe (concussion) is not expected to play against the San Diego Chargers.
Morning take: Why does this matter to Miami? The Dolphins can get to the playoffs with a win and San Diego beating Kansas City.
Dave Hyde of the Sun Sentinel takes a look at five keys for the Dolphins.
Morning take: Intensity is huge for Miami. The Jets will be treating this like their Super Bowl. The Dolphins must match that intensity.