Morning take: Where does Marino fit?

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.