Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Tuesday from around the Web:
Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald writes the Dolphins are not counting on suspended defensive players Dion Jordan and Reshad Jones this week.
Morning take: It’s possible that both Jordan and Jones could return soon with the revised drug policy by the NFL and NFLPA. But until that happens, there is no need to make either player part of the game plan.
Shandel Richardson of the Sun Sentinel writes Dolphins offensive coordinator Bill Lazor shoulders blame for their 10-point performance against the Buffalo Bills.
Morning take: Lazor got most of the credit in Week 1 and took the blame in Week 2. That's life as an offensive coordinator. Let’s see what Lazor has in store for Week 3.
Alain Poupart of the Dolphins team site writes about the re-signing of running back Daniel Thomas.
Morning take: The Dolphins cut Thomas before the regular season but brought him back after Knowshon Moreno’s elbow injury. Thomas knows the offense well and shouldn’t have much of a learning curve.
Greg Stoda of the Palm Beach Post writes the Dolphins shouldn’t trust quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
Morning take: Tannehill hasn’t had a fast start to Year 3. We will have more on Tannehill later on Tuesday.