Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Monday from around the Web:
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald writes Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is showing he's in charge in 2014.
Morning take: Ross is making sure the coach and general manager report to him. He wants to make sure people are more accountable within his billion dollar organization.
Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post reports some within the Dolphins are criticizing the Ted Wells report.
Morning take: The Wells report pulled back the curtain on Miami’s locker-room culture – and it wasn’t a pretty sight. But there were blind spots that were not addressed.
ESPN’s John Clayton provides his analysis on the Dolphins’ offense.
Morning take: This group was inconsistent and completely tanked in the final two games. That’s why new offensive coordinator Bill Lazor replaced Mike Sherman.
Chris Perkins of the Sun Sentinel cites a report that says cornerback Brent Grimes may not get the franchise tag.
Morning take: I expect the Dolphins to keep Grimes in the fold either way. If the two sides can’t reach a long-term extension, the tag could be coming soon.