Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Wednesday from around the Web:
Embattled offensive tackle Jonathan Martin tells Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel that he’s going to let “the process take care of itself.”
Morning take: The process is getting Martin out of Miami and to another team. There is no point in the Dolphins keeping Martin and recreating a toxic situation in 2014.
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald says the timing isn’t right for the Dolphins to pursue San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh.
Morning take: There is speculation that Harbaugh is butting heads with the powers that be with the 49ers, which might eventually lead to a parting of ways. The Dolphins once pursued Harbaugh heavily at Stanford. But Miami’s owner remains committed to Joe Philbin.
Andy Kent of the Dolphins team site profiles Dolphins owner Stephen Ross’ mission to impact change.
Morning take: Ross is doing what he can to fix bullying in sports and that is commendable. It’s his way of turning a bad situation into a learning experience.
Doug Guthrie of Forbes.com writes about the Dolphins’ “empty words.”
Morning take: Some of the things said by Dolphins’ leadership ring hollow in wake of the Ted Wells report. But Miami can make things better by doing things the right way and being accountable going forward.