Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Tuesday from around the Web:
Hal Habib of the Palm Beach Post catches up with Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw, who believes Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill will have a big season.
Morning take: It’s now or never for Tannehill in Year 3. He’s shown flashes of talent but also inconsistency. Most quarterbacks in today’s NFL do not get a fourth or fifth year to prove themselves.
Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel reports Tannehill has been working with his receivers in the offseason.
Morning take: With a new offense coming in 2014 under Bill Lazor, it’s important to get a head start. This is good news for Miami.
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald takes a look at how tailback Knowshon Moreno turned his career around last season.
Morning take: Moreno was previously a draft bust with the Denver Broncos. But a career year in 2013 improved his stock and the Dolphins are hoping for more results this season.
The Dolphins' team website catches up with starting defensive end Olivier Vernon.
Morning take: Vernon worked his way from being a backup his rookie year to leading the team with 11.5 sacks in Year 2. What will Vernon have in store for his third season?