Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Tuesday from around the Web:
Douglas Hanks of the Miami Herald reports the plan to renovate Sun Life Stadium is set to go to vote.
Morning take: Dolphins owner Stephen Ross plans to pay for the renovations while the county pays the Dolphins for big events. This plan appears to have a good chance to go through.
Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel examines whether Dolphins kick returner Marcus Thigpen has competition.
Morning take: There are several players who could emerge. Thigpen must keep his retuning job if he wants to make the team. He hasn’t offered much as a receiver or running back.
The Phinsiders preview the Dolphins’ mandatory minicamp.
Morning take: This is the final chance to see the Dolphins before training camp at the end of July. It should be a fun few days in Davie.
Tyler McMullen of Rant Sports believes Dolphins tight end Michael Egnew can become a seam threat.
Morning take: Egnew is on the roster bubble after two unimpressive seasons. He is on the roster bubble and must prove he has something to offer in Bill Lazor’s new offense.