Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Thursday from around the Web:
David Steele of the Sporting News wonders if Dan Marino and the Dolphins are a good fit.
Morning take: It appears Marino is getting close to finding a role with the team. He is the Dolphins’ most popular former player and most likely will land on the business end.
Brian Coyle of the Dolphins team site writes there are high expectations for their receiving corps.
Morning take: Miami has its deepest group in years. Mike Wallace and Brian Hartline lead the way in what should be a major part of the team’s offense.
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald writes Dolphins safety Louis Delmas is ready to make plays.
Morning take: As long as Delmas is healthy, he should make an impact. The Dolphins will have to monitor his knees throughout the year.
Maurkice Pouncey tells Alan Robinson of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review that his twin brother, Mike Pouncey, is stressed out from repercussions of the bullying scandal.
Morning take: Pouncey must handle the fallout and move on. Pouncey doesn’t think he needs psychological testing, but it’s more important to listen to the NFL and avoid a suspension.