Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Thursday from around the Web:
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald has more on the infamous Richie Incognito voicemail, which Salguero reports Jonathan Martin played in the locker room.
Morning take: This puts a new twist on the situation. Dolphins receiver Brian Hartline hinted Wednesday that it was treated as a joke by Martin at the time.
Pro Football Talk reports Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland suggested Martin “punch” Incognito in order to prevent harassment.
Morning take: This is not a good look for Ireland, who has had some public relations issues with players in the past. If this turns out to be true, this will put Ireland in hot water.
Hal Habib of the Palm Beach Post reports lawyer Ted Wells was hired by the NFL to investigate the Dolphins.
Morning take: You cannot overlook the importance of Wells. He is the point person for a full investigation that will look into every detail of this ugly and complex saga.
Chris Perkins of the Sun Sentinel writes about quarterback Ryan Tannehill’s position on this story.
Morning take: Tannehill is part of Miami’s leadership council and said he was unaware of the situation. According to Tannehill, Incognito and Martin were best friends.