Morning take: John Benton's task

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

  • Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald writes new Dolphins offensive line coach John Benton must change the play -- and culture -- of his group.

Morning take: Miami's offensive line had a disastrous year on and off the field in 2013. It will be Benton's job to make sure that does not happen again.

  • Alex Marvez of Fox Sports reports former Dolphins scout Nate Sullivan is threatening to sue the team for his recent dismissal.

Morning take: Sullivan was fired in May after working 17 seasons with the Dolphins. The potential lawsuit claims his working arrangement to live remotely in order tend to his ailing wife was the reason.

  • Steve Gorten of the Sun Sentinel writes new Dolphins tailback Knowshon Moreno will help quarterback Ryan Tannehill.

Morning take: Moreno is coming off his first 1,000-yard season with the Denver Broncos. But where Moreno could really provide an upgrade for Tannehill is with blitz pickups and catching passes out of the backfield.

Morning take: Wake garnered a lot of respect around the NFL for his play. It is also commendable that Wake went undrafted, played in the CFL and worked his way to become a Pro Bowler.