Morning take: Dolphins offseason program

April, 4, 2014
Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Friday from around the Web: Morning take: The Dolphins begin their offseason program on April 21. That day is right around the corner to start a big year for the franchise.
  • Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey and coach Joe Philbin took a look at University of Miami offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson during the school's pro day.
Morning take: Henderson has a lot of measurables but too many red flags for my liking. Maybe the Dolphins will consider taking a flier on Henderson in the late rounds.
  • Alex Marvez of Fox Sports reports free-agent receiver Nate Burleson is scheduled to meet with the Cleveland Browns after his visit with the Dolphins.
Morning take: Burleson, 32, is garnering interest and trying to keep his career on the move. The Dolphins kicked the tires but didn’t reach an agreement this week.
  • Alex Parish of the Finsiders wonders if offensive tackle Jake Matthews will land with the Dolphins.
Morning take: Highly unlikely with the No. 19 overall pick. Miami would have to trade up and probably wouldn’t take that route for the second year in a row.

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