Morning take: Dolphins news from Orlando

March, 26, 2014
Mar 26
Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Wednesday from around the Web:
  • Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald writes Dolphins coach Joe Philbin is tackling the team's problems head on.
Morning take: I like the forthright approach Philbin has taken toward improving the team's issues. It would be easy to point the finger elsewhere. But what would that resolve?
  • Dave Hyde of the Sun Sentinel wonders if the Dolphins can get two starting offensive linemen in the draft?
Morning take: It’s risky. If Miami is willing to spend two draft picks on linemen in the first three rounds, it certainly increases its chances of being successful.
  • Andy Kent of the Dolphins' team site writes there’s still plenty of work to do for general manager Dennis Hickey.
Morning take: Free agency is ongoing and the Dolphins still have holes to address. Miami must mix the balance between the draft and signing veterans.
  • Hal Habib of the Palm Beach Post writes Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is confident that renovations will happen to Sun Life Stadium.
Morning take: The fact that Ross is willing to pay for it himself makes it a much stronger possibility. The Dolphins are seeking property tax relief in return, which has to be worked out.

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