Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Thursday from around the web:
Dave George of the Palm Beach Post writes that quarterback Ryan Tannehill can learn a lot about pocket presence from Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
Morning take: Brady is arguably the best at feeling the rush and eluding rushers. Tannehill often takes hard shots and has the propensity to fumble. That’s definitely something Tannehill must work on.
Chris Perkins of the Sun Sentinel says Tannehill must reduce his turnovers.
Morning take: Tannehill has seven turnovers during Miami’s three-game losing streak. He is experiencing growing pains at a bad time for the Dolphins.
Andy Cohen of the team's official site says this is crucial week for the Dolphins.
Morning take: Miami has lost three in a row, and the pressure is building. A fourth straight loss would move the Dolphins close to pushing the panic button before we reach the midpoint of the season.
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald expresses concern over moving Jonathan Martin again.
Morning take: Martin has gone from right tackle to left tackle back to right again in less than two seasons. It doesn’t provide enough time for Martin to settle in, but the Dolphins brought in Bryant McKinnie to quickly fix their problems.