Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Wednesday from around the Web:
Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports the Dolphins are mum on any possible interest in their Hall of Fame quarterback: Dan Marino.
Morning take: Marino just lost his gig with CBS and is available. However, the Dolphins have been reluctant to go after Marino in the past. Let's see if the timing is right to find Marino a role in the organization.
Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel wonders if Dolphins center Mike Pouncey is a “Joe Philbin guy.”
Morning take: Philbin has been quick to jettison players who didn’t follow his character standards, and Pouncey had a rough year. But Pouncey is one of the team’s top players and will be tough to let go.
Andy Kent of the Dolphins team website writes how the combine is a valuable experience.
Morning take: It's important both for the prospects and the teams to gather information in Indianapolis. The Dolphins need to hit on the draft this year to take the team to the next level.
Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post says the punishment phase is next for the Dolphins.
Morning take: The Ted Wells report put several people in compromising positions. Offensive line coach Jim Turner could be the first to lose his job soon.