Morning take: Concerns for Dolphins?

June, 23, 2014
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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.

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ESPN Miami Dolphins reporter

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