Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Wednesday from around the web:
According to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, Dolphins center Mike Pouncey feels great and wants to play Sunday against the New York Jets.
Morning take: Pouncey has missed the past two games, and the offensive line needs him. The Jets have one of the NFL’s top defenses, especially against the run.
Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel addresses if the Dolphins need a change at quarterback.
Morning take: Ryan Tannehill can improve in a couple areas, but he is far from the top problem in Miami. The Dolphins would like to make changes elsewhere if they could.
Andy Kent of the Dolphins team website writes cornerback Nolan Carroll continues to deliver.
Morning take: Carroll started the season slow but has played some of his best football of late. Carroll had a season-high four pass defenses and an interception against the Carolina Panthers.
Brian Briggane of the Palm Beach Post writes receiver Brian Hartline has a chance to get his second consecutive 1,000-yard season.
Morning take: Hartline would be the fifth Dolphins receiver to pull off the feat. He needs 333 yards in the final five games, which is certainly reachable.