Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Tuesday from around the Web:
Douglas Hanks of the Miami Herald reports the Dolphins want to swap their $350 million stadium renovation in exchange for a $4 million tax bill.
Morning take: Dolphins owner Stephen Ross wants something in exchange for spending his own money. It’s a better offer than last year, where taxpayers were asked to help fund the changes.
Andy Kent of the Dolphins team site writes new safety Louis Delmas returns home and is ready to produce.
Morning take: The Miami native signed a one-year contract and has a lot to prove this year. Expect Delmas to be motivated to produce.
Chris Burke of Sports Illustrated says the Delmas signing scratches one team off the list for Jairus Byrd.
Morning take: On Monday I reported Byrd is seeking an average of $9 million per season. That was too rich for Miami, which has other well-defined need.
Hal Habib of the Palm Beach Post wonders if the Dolphins can land a bargain at running back.
Morning take: Miami could use some help with the running game. A veteran like Maurice Jones-Drew would be a nice fit at the right price. But good options remain in the draft, as well.