Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Wednesday from around the Web:
Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press writes about New England Patriots tailback Jonas Gray's long road to the Super Bowl.
Morning take: A big part of that journey took place in Miami. Gray was a camp body for the Dolphins who was eventually released. New England has a history of getting production out of former Dolphins.
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald writes Super Bowl media day is both wonderful and absurd.
Morning take: I’ve covered multiple Super Bowl media days, and it is an interesting experience. There is a lot of fluff to cut through to get actual work done. But it’s always entertaining.
Alain Poupart of the Dolphins team site takes a look at leading tackler Jelani Jenkins.
Morning take: Jenkins came out of nowhere and thrived following the season-ending injury to outside linebacker Dannell Ellerbe. Now, Jenkins is a permanent starter and Ellerbe is likely to be released this offseason.
Hal Habib of the Palm Beach Post writes about the new wax statue of Dolphins Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino.
Morning take: Marino is arguably Miami’s most popular sports figure. The statue will be displayed in Orlando’s Madame Tussauds' museum.