Morning take: Dolphins undefeated in 2014

Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Monday from around the Web:

  • Now that the Super Bowl is in the books, the Dolphins are undefeated again as we start the 2014 season.

Morning take: It’s time for the Dolphins to go to work. The NFL combine and free agency are coming up next, and Miami must excel in these areas to improve next season.

  • New linebackers coach Mark Duffner tells the Dolphins team site he’s excited to join Miami.

Morning take: Duffner must get the best out of linebackers Dannell Ellerbe, Koa Misi and Philip Wheeler. This group underachieved in 2013.

  • Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel examines whether the Dolphins' coaches will have a say in personnel.

Morning take: New Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey said he wouldn’t take a player that head coach Joe Philbin didn’t want. That’s a clear indication that Miami’s coaching staff will heavily influence scouting.

  • Hal Habib of the Palm Beach Post writes about Michael Irvin, who says the Dolphins would have won a Super Bowl if he played with Dan Marino.

Morning take: It’s revisionist history at this point. Irvin went to Dallas and won three Super Bowls. Who knows if he had the same career with Miami?