Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Tuesday from around the Web:
Jeremy Roebuck of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports former Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino joined the concussion lawsuit against the NFL.
Morning take: Marino does not specify what condition he’s suffering from post-retirement. But the Hall of Famer is one of the biggest names to date to join the lawsuit.
Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel writes about tailback Lamar Miller working with the first team.
Morning take: Miller is the early leader in the clubhouse ahead of former Denver Broncos tailback Knowshon Moreno. That is subject to change by Week 1.
Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald writes Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace is ready to have a good season.
Morning take: Wallace is working hard this offseason to produce a big season. He needs to get on the same page with quarterback Ryan Tannehill in Year 2.
John Congemi of the Dolphins team site reports Bill Lazor’s new offense has a lot of motion.
Morning take: I’m still trying to get a feel for Lazor’s scheme. It’s a complicated offense with a lot of formations. The Dolphins shouldn’t be predictable this season.