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?