Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories on Memorial Day from around the Web:
Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald writes second-year cornerbacks Jamar Taylor and Will Davis are ready to make an impact.
Morning take: Staying healthy will be key for both players. A starting cornerback and nickleback roles are available for both players to compete along with veteran Cortland Finnegan.
Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post writes rookie tight end Arthur Lynch is trying to shed the label of a blocking tight end.
Morning take: Lynch did not do a lot of pass catching at Georgia, but he wants to show that he is capable. Doing both is the best way to earn playing time in Miami’s offense.
Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel examines where Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill fits in the NFL hierarchy at his position.
Morning take: Tannehill certainly is not elite, but he still has potential to become a good quarterback. We will know a lot more about Tannehill after his third season.
Dolphins first-round pick Ja'Wuan James is trying to become a leader, according to the team’s site.
Morning take: James started 49 consecutive games at Tennessee and was a team captain. That means he brings natural leadership ability, which is needed in Miami’s locker room.