Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Friday from around the Web:
Is Dolphins owner Stephen Ross to blame for the current state of the team?
Morning take: Ross wants to win and is willing to spend to do it. However, Ross has now hired a head coach (Joe Philbin) and general manager (Dennis Hickey) on his own, and this pair must work under Ross' watch.
Here is a look at the Dolphins' quarterback situation entering the offseason.
Morning take: It’s a solid duo of young starter Ryan Tannehill and veteran backup Matt Moore. However, Tannehill can no longer be inconsistent in Year 3 if he wants to be the long-term solution.
Will Dolphins offensive tackle Jonathan Martin ever return to Miami?
Morning take: The NFL Network reported this week that it is possible, but I do not see it. There are too many people in Miami’s locker room who would not agree with the idea, and there is no reason to risk that chemistry.
Would Michael Sam be a good fit for the Dolphins?
Morning take: Regardless of the headlines Sam made this week, the Dolphins do not have a need for a defensive end. That is one position where Miami is deepest with players such as Cameron Wake, Olivier Vernon, Dion Jordan and Derrick Shelby.