Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Thursday from around the Web:
NFL.com examines whether Dolphins tight end Charles Clay deserves his No. 89 ranking in the NFL 100.
Morning take: This was voted on by the players, and they are definitely entitled to their opinion. But Clay was ranked ahead of Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten, which is questionable.
Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel says there is nothing wrong with Dolphins rookies having a chip on their shoulders.
Morning take: Miami has five draft picks from small colleges. That means a majority of its draft class has a lot to prove. It remains to be seen how NFL-ready this group will be.
Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald writes Dolphins rookies began community work.
Morning take: This is a good start for Miami's rookie class. Character in the locker room needs to be a major focus in 2014.
Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post takes a look at the possibility of the Dolphins acquiring Houston Texans receiver Andre Johnson.
Morning take: Johnson talks as though he is on the outs. He has a big cap number on a rebuilding team. However, Miami doesn’t have a need for another receiver, despite the fact Johnson grew up in Miami and attended the University of Miami.