Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Thursday from around the Web:
Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald explains how the Dolphins are looking to increase their season-ticket base.
Morning take: The Dolphins are doing the right thing to come up with ways to creatively spark interest. But the best way to sell tickets is by winning. That’s up to the players and coaches.
Andy Kent of the Dolphins' team site takes a look at receiver Brian Hartline’s 2013 season.
Morning take: Hartline went for 1,000 receiving yards in back-to-back years. He is a good No. 2 option and consistent.
Dave Hyde of the Sun Sentinel takes a look at five themes from the Jonathan Martin-Richie Incognito text messages.
Morning take: They definitely spent a lot of time communicating, usually about partying and women. Although that’s not a surprise for millionaires, there are strong indications the two had some type of friendship.
The law firm that Ted Wells represents says the NFL investigation will be complete within a couple weeks.
Morning take: We are entering the final stretch where all the details will be released. That is good for every party to start to move on.