Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Wednesday from around the Web:
Embattled Dolphins offensive tackle Jonathan Martin will have his full interview with Tony Dungy air on the “TODAY” show on NBC.
Morning take: Martin has mostly kept silent since the bullying scandal that involved Richie Incognito. We caught a snippet on Tuesday that Martin felt “trapped” in Miami, and it will be interesting to hear the rest.
Greg Cote of the Miami Herald writes new Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey must bring everyone together.
Morning take: Dolphins owner Stephen Ross was candid about the internal fighting last season between former general manager Jeff Ireland and coach Joe Philbin and vice president of football administration Dawn Aponte. That must stop if Miami wants a consistent winner.
Andy Kent of the Dolphins team site writes Hickey is ready to build a winner.
Morning take: Hickey has been part of good teams and bad teams in Tampa Bay. The Dolphins need a big first year from Hickey to get the team on the right path.
Chris Perkins of the Sun Sentinel writes optimism is in the air with a new GM.
Morning take: Change was needed in Miami. The Ireland-Philbin pairing had run its course. But the Hickey-Philbin pairing has to roll up their sleeves and go to work. They have a lot to prove.