Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Thursday from around the Web:
Dave Hyde of the Sun Sentinel writes new Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey properly read the defensive tackle market.
Morning take: Hickey signed two defensive tackles (Earl Mitchell, Randy Starks) at affordable prices considering the quality Miami is getting. That leaves more money available to fill other positions.
Adam Beasley and Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald write Starks' return to the Dolphins was a remarkable turn of events.
Morning take: Money talks in the NFL. Starks was unhappy last season with the franchise tag. But Miami was willing to pay $12 million over two seasons and that was enough to mend fences.
Mitchell tells the Dolphins' team site he is happy to join a talented group of defensive linemen.
Morning take: Miami will have no shortage of players on the defensive line. Cameron Wake, Olivier Vernon, Starks and Jared Odrick all have a track record of production. Mitchell must find a role.
Jarrett Bell of USA Today writes the Jonathan Martin trade to the San Francisco 49ers is best for all.
Morning take: Every party got something out of this trade. Miami got a draft pick, San Francisco got a versatile offensive tackle on the cheap and Martin got a fresh start with his college coach.