Morning take: More Ryan Tannehill

Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Thursday from around the Web:

  • Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel takes a look at Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill's chances of success or failure.

Morning take: Tannehill’s success depends on many factors. He has to improve on some of his weaknesses -- such as throwing the deep ball -- but the team around him must also play better.

  • Speaking of the supporting cast, Ross Devonport of Fox Sports Florida wonders if the Dolphins' offensive line is good enough this season.

Morning take: Miami will start five new players on its offensive line. That's a challenge in itself. But Pro Bowl center Mike Pouncey missing the start of the season will be more daunting.

  • John Congemi of the Dolphins team site takes a look at early observations for their rookie class.

Morning take: Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey needs an immediate impact from his rookie class. There were some good things this offseason, but it was still football in shorts.

  • Kevin Nogle of the Phinsiders wonders if the Dolphins have enough depth at running back.

Morning take: The Dolphins have Lamar Miller, Knowshon Moreno and Daniel Thomas in their backfield. It’s not a star-studded group, but Miami hopes to get the job done.