Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Tuesday from around the Web:
Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post takes a look at the possibility of free-agent left tackle Branden Albert signing with the Dolphins.
Morning take: The Dolphins have plenty of cap room and Albert is the top left tackle on the market. So it makes sense. Miami’s offensive line needs a complete makeover.
Barry Jackson and Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald report Pro Bowl cornerback Brent Grimes remains optimistic about a new contract.
Morning take: Grimes will be an unrestricted free agent on March 11. But I don’t expect Grimes to make it that far. The Dolphins are expected to reach a long-term agreement or slap Grimes with the franchise tag soon.
Chris Perkins of the Sun Sentinel writes long snapper John Denny is unhappy with the Ted Wells report.
Morning take: Many in Miami’s locker room did not think bullying took place. However, there have already been repercussions from Wells findings after the Dolphins agreed changes must be made.
Andy Kent of the Dolphins team site takes a look at rookie pass-rushers.
Morning take: Miami has a lot of depth at defensive end. So don’t look for the Dolphins to have much interest at the top of the draft.