Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Monday from around the web:
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald says this game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers offers a reprieve for the Dolphins.
Morning take: It feels like three weeks since Miami last had a game. The Richie Incognito-Jonathan Martin story has dominated the headlines and it’s easy to forget the Dolphins still have an important game to play.
Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post writes about Incognito’s interview with Fox.
Morning take: Incognito insists it was not about bullying and that he had a good relationship with Martin. At some point, Martin must speak up and tell his side of the story.
Kevin Lerner of the Sun Sentinel reports former Dolphins coach Jimmy Johnson doesn’t like the draft pick of Martin.
Morning take: Miami general manager Jeff Ireland spent a second-round pick on Martin in 2012 and could lose him for good. As the investigation and war of words continue, it appears harder for Martin to come back to Miami’s locker room.
John Congemi of the Dolphins website lists five ways of beating the Buccaneers.
Morning take: It starts with pass protections. The Bucs are winless, but they do have a talented defensive line. Miami is down two starters on the offensive line, and this group has to step up.