Morning take: No hazing with Dolphins

April, 9, 2014
Apr 9
Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Wednesday from around the Web:
  • Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald writes hazing will be a thing of the past for the Dolphins.
Morning take: Everyone will watch Miami closely this year after its high-profile bullying scandal rocked the NFL. The Dolphins of all teams must be on their best behavior.
  • Greg Rosenthal of takes a look at the teams which signed the most new players.
Morning take: The Dolphins are in the top 10 with 10 new players. New general manager Dennis Hickey is doing a lot to put his footprint on Miami’s roster.
  • Cody Straham of Rant Sports examines Virginia offensive tackle Morgan Moses’ chances to land with the Dolphins.
Morning take: Moses has the size and is a bit of a project. I think there are better options available in the first and second round.
Morning take: Keith Byers, Troy Drayton and Louis Oliver all discuss their experiences. This is a special time for prospects to get drafted. But it’s all business after that.

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ESPN Miami Dolphins reporter



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