Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Monday from around the Web:
Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald discusses the various concerns for the Dolphins heading into the season.
Morning take: Miami certainly has flaws. The key for the Dolphins will be to mask and minimize those flaws while also staying healthy.
Andy Behrens of Yahoo!Sports reports the Dolphins don’t have much fantasy football value.
Morning take: The Dolphins didn’t rank well statistically on offense or defense last year. Therefore, it’s no surprise.
Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel lists Dolphins tight end Charles Clay as one of his offseason stars.
Morning take: Clay, similar to last year, was one of Miami’s steadiest players this offseason. He looks ready to build off a good year.
NFL.com’s Elliot Harrison ranked former Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino as the greatest AFC player of the 1980s.
Morning take: Other 80s greats such as Joe Montana, Jerry Rice and Lawrence Taylor played in the NFC. Marino’s Hall of Fame career spanned throughout a dominant run in the AFC.