- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Monday from around the Web:
The Dolphins will hire new linebacker coach Mark Duffner, according to a report in the Florida-Times Union.
Morning take: The Dolphins have yet to make anything official. But George Edwards is off to the Minnesota Vikings to become their defensive coordinator. Duffner will need to coach up Miami’s linebacker group that underachieved last season.
John Congemi of the Dolphins team site takes a look at the talent in the Senior Bowl.
Morning take: There are some good prospects of interest for the Dolphins. However, Miami has not settled on a general manager, which makes for an interesting transition.
Dave Hyde of the Sun Sentinel takes a look at how the Dolphins can make the Super Bowl.
Morning take: Miami is a long way from that. But the first step is to make the playoffs, which is possible. The Dolphins must get their act together internally and have everyone on the same page.
Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post says the Dolphins should upgrade at running back.
Morning take: Lamar Miller and Daniel Thomas were not the answers. Miami had the 26th-ranked running game and must do better in 2014.