Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Wednesday from around the Web:
The Dolphins team site focuses on new running back Knowshon Moreno making a transition.
Morning take: Moreno is getting backup snaps this spring. Incumbent starter Lamar Miller is doing a good job of holding off Moreno heading into training camp.
The Miami Herald reports Dade County would have to pay $4 million to the Dolphins in a stadium agreement if they get a Super Bowl.
Morning take: This is the compromise both sides are closing in on for stadium upgrades. The Dolphins will not get in the running for a Super Bowl again for several years.
The Palm Beach Post reports a chef who cooked for the Miami Dolphins and Miami Heat has been killed.
Morning take: This is an unfortunate story. Chef Antaun Teasley reportedly was shot early Tuesday in Miami Beach.
The Sun Sentinel provides 10 observations from organized team activities.
Morning take: The most interesting thing was to see Bill Lazor's offense for the first time. It will be interesting to see if this group can thrive right away this season.