Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Wednesday from around the web:
The Dolphins were not pleased with their kick-return coverage, reports Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald.
Morning take: The punt- and kickoff-coverage teams need some work, but it was only the first game. It’s too early to tell how good or bad this season's group is.
Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post writes that ex-NFL coaches question if Dolphins coach Joe Philbin is doing the right thing by taking Thursdays off.
Morning take: Tuesday is the usual day off in the NFL. Philbin is trying something different to get his team rest before Sunday’s game. The Dolphins are 1-0 so far. A loss Sunday in Indianapolis could change things.
Chris Perkins of the Sun-Sentinel takes a look at the Dolphins’ “speed” package.
Morning take: This group includes pass-rushers Dion Jordan, Olivier Vernon and Cameron Wake. That’s a lot of tough players to block at one time on obvious passing downs -- and a problem for quarterbacks.
Andy Kent from the Dolphins team website writes that Koa Misi is motivated by his new contract.
Morning take: Misi received an extension through 2017, which locks up Miami’s linebackers for the foreseeable future. Misi is a former second-round pick who has yet to reach his full potential.