Miami Dolphins: Nate Burleson

Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Tuesday from around the Web:
  • Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post takes a look at potential draft prospects for the Dolphins at No. 19.
Morning take: It’s hard to project the second half of the first round, but Miami has some well-defined needs. Offensive tackle Zack Martin from Notre Dame is an early favorite.
  • Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald writes new Cleveland Browns receiver Nate Burleson is veteran insurance the Dolphins are still seeking.
Morning take: The Dolphins brought in Burleson for a visit last week. The Dolphins have a lot of receivers coming off injuries and could use extra bodies.
Morning take: Anarumo did a solid job with players such as Pro Bowl cornerback Brent Grimes last season. But Anarumo must develop youngsters such as Jamar Taylor and Will Davis.
  • Chris Perkins of the Sun Sentinel takes a look at the Dolphins’ No. 2 cornerback.
Morning take: Taylor will compete with Cortland Finnegan and Will Davis. Finnegan is the early favorite due to his experience.
Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Friday from around the Web: Morning take: The Dolphins begin their offseason program on April 21. That day is right around the corner to start a big year for the franchise.
  • Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey and coach Joe Philbin took a look at University of Miami offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson during the school's pro day.
Morning take: Henderson has a lot of measurables but too many red flags for my liking. Maybe the Dolphins will consider taking a flier on Henderson in the late rounds.
  • Alex Marvez of Fox Sports reports free-agent receiver Nate Burleson is scheduled to meet with the Cleveland Browns after his visit with the Dolphins.
Morning take: Burleson, 32, is garnering interest and trying to keep his career on the move. The Dolphins kicked the tires but didn’t reach an agreement this week.
  • Alex Parish of the Finsiders wonders if offensive tackle Jake Matthews will land with the Dolphins.
Morning take: Highly unlikely with the No. 19 overall pick. Miami would have to trade up and probably wouldn’t take that route for the second year in a row.