Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Tuesday around the Web:
Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel answers whether or not Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin should call plays.
Morning take: Philbin didn’t call plays as offensive coordinator in Green Bay. Those duties went to Mike McCarthy. So it’s not something Philbin is in a rush to do.
Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports the Dolphins’ search for an offensive coordinator has been in a holding pattern.
Morning take: It’s been quiet for three days in Miami. That could mean the Dolphins were waiting for a certain playoff team to lose before scheduling more interviews.
Dave George of the Palm Beach Post doesn’t know if Philbin inspires enough confidence.
Morning take: Philbin is 15-17 in two seasons. That’s not enough to feel overly confident. But it’s also not enough reason to fire a coach after two seasons.
Andy Cohen of the Dolphins team site believes it’s a crucial time for the franchise.
Morning take: The Dolphins need a new general manager and an offensive coordinator. On top of that, the Senior Bowl is coming up in a few weeks.