Morning take: CB Taylor, Davis ready?

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.