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Morning take: Bill Lazor's offense

Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Thursday from around the Web:

  • Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports new Dolphins offensive coordinator Bill Lazor is bringing an up-tempo style to Miami.

Morning take: Lazor learned a lot under Chip Kelly in his one year with the Philadelphia Eagles. But whether that style will work in Miami remains to be seen.

  • Chris Perkins of the Sun Sentinel takes a look at the Dolphins' 10 most important young players.

Morning take: Quarterback Ryan Tannehill obviously tops the list. If he shines this year, the Dolphins will follow suit.

  • The Dolphins team site writes about rookie cornerback Walt Aikens looking to emulate Pro Bowl cornerback Richard Sherman.

Morning take: That is a lofty comparison. But it is good that Aikens wants to model his game after the best player at his position.

  • Danny Williams of the Phinsiders takes a look at the training camp battle between defensive end Olivier Vernon and Dion Jordan.

Morning take: I don't see how Vernon can lose his job after leading the team with 11.5 sacks last season. Jordan could start the year as a backup for the second straight season and needs to earn more playing time.