Morning take: Marino in concussion lawsuit

June, 3, 2014
Jun 3
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.

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