Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Tuesday from around the Web:
According to the NFLPA, Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is among the most popular players in the league.
Morning take: Tannehill rated 24th among players, which is solid for someone who hasn’t led Miami to the playoffs. Tannehill has a lot of fan support in South Florida and he will be motivated to repay it this year.
Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald writes the Dolphins are showing interest in USC receiver Marqise Lee.
Morning take: The Dolphins brought in Lee for a visit, along with other high-profile receivers. Could Miami take a receiver at No. 19?
Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel examines whether Jelani Jenkins can be a starting linebacker for the Dolphins.
Morning take: Miami’s starting linebackers struggled last season -- and particularly Philip Wheeler. Jenkins played 118 defensive snaps last season as a rookie and that number could increase.
New Dolphins cornerback Cortland Finnegan tells the team site that he’s ready bounce back this season.
Morning take: Injuries slowed Finnegan last year with the St. Louis Rams. But the Dolphins believe he still has more left in the tank.