Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Wednesday from around the Web:
Chris Perkins of the Sun Sentinel writes the Dolphins look poised for another 8-8 season.
Morning take: It’s a bit premature to predict season records. But another .500 season won’t be good enough in Miami. The Dolphins must make the playoffs.
ESPN.com’s Mike Rodak and Adam Schefter report on the season-ending knee injury to Bills starting linebacker Kiko Alonso.
Morning take: Alonso joins Dolphins Pro Bowl center Mike Pouncey (hip) as the two biggest names to suffer major offseason injuries. Both teams must find a way to bounce back.
Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post writes about Richie Incognito’s chances of getting back in the NFL.
Morning take: The Dolphins have definitely moved on and won’t bring Incognito back. The NFL also could hand down a suspension for last year’s bullying scandal, which further reduces his chances.
Alain Poupart of the Dolphins team site writes about Dion Jordan getting stronger in Year 2.
Morning take: Jordan has done a good job in the weight room. He gained about 17 pounds of muscle compared to last year in an effort to become an all-around defensive end.