Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Thursday around the Web:
Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports the Dolphins will begin interviews for their general manager opening on Friday.
Morning take: Don’t expect the Dolphins to take long. Miami has more than 20 restricted and unrestricted free agents, and someone needs to be in place quickly to make these decisions.
Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post reports the Dolphins have no plans to fire head coach Joe Philbin.
Morning take: This was expected after Philbin fired his top assistant: offensive coordinator Mike Sherman. As I wrote two days ago, the Dolphins are copying the blueprint of the 2013 New York Jets.
The Finsiders take a look at the current state of the Dolphins’ roster.
Morning take: The cupboard isn't bare. Miami had four Pro Bowlers last year and plenty of good players. A smart general manager could come in right away and put Miami back in postseason contention.
Dave Hyde of the Sun Sentinel wonders if flawed thinking will continue with the Dolphins.
Morning take: The current model hasn’t worked for five consecutive years. Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is shaking things up. But it won’t be a complete overhaul with Philbin still involved.