Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Monday from around the Web:
Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel believes the Dolphins took too many risks on small-school players.
Morning take: Five of Miami’s eight rookies were taken from FCS schools. That means they must make a large jump to the NFL level. Can Miami’s draft make an immediate impact?
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald believes it’s up to Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin to develop the young talent.
Morning take: Philbin struggled developing young talent last season. He got next to nothing from his 2013 draft class and can’t afford to do the same in 2014.
Ricardo Arguello of the Appleton Post-Crescent writes about new Dolphins rookie free-agent quarterback Brock Jensen.
Morning take: The Dolphins studied a lot of tape of Jensen by default. He was a college teammate at North Dakota State with Miami third-round pick Billy Turner. Therefore, the Dolphins have a feel for his game and want to take a look.
Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post takes a look at early draft grades for the Dolphins.
Morning take: The are some good and some bad reviews, which is expected. The Dolphins didn’t add much star power, but they got who they feel can fill some needs.