Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins' stories Tuesday from around the Web:
Morning take: The quarterback market has dried up as many teams filled their openings. Moore is a good backup who remains a fit in Miami at the right price.
Morning take: Starks became expendable when the Dolphins signed Pro Bowl defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh to a $114 million contract. Starks, 31, showed signs of wearing down last season but still has something left.
Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel takes a look at the Dolphins' replacements.
Andy Cohen of the Dolphins' team website takes a look back at Miami's wild week.
Morning take: The Dolphins had a plan and executed. I agreed with nearly everything they've done so far with the exception of dumping Mike Wallace (and adding a seventh-round pick) to the Minnesota Vikings for a fifth-rounder.