Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Thursday from around the Web:
Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel examines who the Dolphins will sign at offensive tackle in free agency.
Morning take: With plenty of cap room, expect Miami to go top shelf with the best left tackles. Eugene Monroe and Branden Albert are the top choices.
Barry Jackson and Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald report the Dolphins save $7 million of cap room by not using the franchise tag on cornerback Brent Grimes.
Morning take: Grimes earned a long-term extension and Miami valued the cap room. Both parties made it work.
The Finsiders take a look at potential running backs in free agency for the Dolphins, including Ben Tate.
Morning take: Tate is at the top of the market, but there are plenty of options in the draft and free agency. Maurice Jones-Drew of the Jacksonville Jaguars and Ohio State’s Carlos Hyde are additional fits.
The Guardian takes a look at what’s next for the Dolphins after Richie Incognito.
Morning take: Miami is not bringing the troubled guard back. It’s time for the team to move on. Jobs were lost following the bullying scandal, and the Dolphins must prevent this from happening going forward.