Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Wednesday from around the web:
Dolphins guard Richie Incognito spoke to WSVN Channel 7 Tuesday and said “he’s just trying to weather the storm.”
Morning take: Incognito indeed is in a large storm – one that definitely cost him his spot with the Dolphins. But will Incognito get another shot in the NFL?
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that right tackle Jonathan Martin never approached coach Joe Philbin with his issues.
Morning take: This is good news in one respect. It shows that Philbin didn’t know about Martin’s issues. On the other hand, this proves that Philbin didn’t keep close-enough tabs on his locker room and may have been oblivious to the situation.
Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel reports that Dolphins coaches asked Incognito to toughen up Martin in the spring.
Morning take: This would not be good news for Miami's coaching staff. If this is true, Incognito took it much, much further than necessary. This is something the NFL must look into.
Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post reports that Martin’s high school coach believes Martin is a perfect target for bullies.
Morning take: Martin is highly intelligent, but he’s also quiet. According to his former coach, Martin doesn’t want any trouble, but still he found it.