Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Thursday from around the web:
Chris Perkins of the Sun Sentinel quotes a Dolphins assistant who said that at the team’s training facility the Richie Incognito-Jonathan Martin story is “overblown.”
Morning take: Maybe this provides insight into how some on Miami’s coaching staff feel. The NFL investigation should uncover all the details to let the public decide.
Darren Heitner of Forbes magazine wonders if Incognito should appeal his suspension.
Morning take: Forbes has been all over this story lately. An appeal seems unlikely. However, Miami must make a decision on Incognito after three more games.
Greg Stoda of the Palm Beach Post writes that general manager Jeff Ireland’s job is on the line.
Morning take: Barring an unexpected playoff run, Ireland could be entering his final days in Miami. He spent more than $200 million this offseason and may not eclipse last season's win total of seven.
Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald writes that receiver Mike Wallace and quarterback Ryan Tannehill need to get on the same page.
Morning take: The Dolphins haven’t done a good job of using Wallace’s world-class speed. It’s up to offensive coordinator Mike Sherman to work with both players.