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.