Morning take: Monroe to Dolphins?

February, 27, 2014
Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Thursday from around the Web:
  • Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports the Dolphins “very much” like Baltimore Ravens left tackle Eugene Monroe.
Morning take: Monroe is scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent on March 11. Miami desperately needs a left tackle, but Monroe is not elite.
  • Brian Coyle of the Dolphins team site writes Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is eager to work with new offensive coordinator Bill Lazor.
Morning take: Lazor and Tannehill must work well together for the Dolphins to flourish. Tannehill had outgrown Mike Sherman’s offense, which struggled last season.
  • Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald explains how Jason Peters’ four-year, $41.3 million contract with the Philadelphia Eagles impacts the Dolphins.
Morning take: The Dolphins may have to chase two free-agent offensive tackles, and they won’t come cheap. Fortunately for the Dolphins, they have plenty of cap room.
  • Chris Perkins of the Sun Sentinel reports the Dolphins interviewed Auburn running back Tre Mason at the NFL combine.
Morning take: The Dolphins need a running back who can carry the ball 20 times a game. Lamar Miller and Daniel Thomas didn’t get the job done last year.

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