Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Thursday from around the Web:
Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports the Dolphins will ship their seventh-round pick to the Baltimore Ravens to complete last year’s Bryant McKinnie trade.
Morning take: Miami has only six picks remaining in May’s NFL draft. But the team got a starting left tackle for 10 games. It was a quality short-term rental.
Richmond Webb and Keith Sims talked to the Dolphins' team site about Miami’s current offensive line.
Morning take: The Dolphins could use both offensive linemen in their prime. Two holes remain at guard and right tackle.
Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post reports the Dolphins are hoping to bid for a Super Bowl in 2019.
Morning take: Miami is a destination city but an outdated stadium is hurting its chances. Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is willing to finance stadium renovations in exchange for property-tax relief.
Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel writes about 10 possible draft picks for the Dolphins, including Alabama safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix.
Morning take: Clinton-Dix would be a solid value at No. 19. However, the Dolphins signed free agent Louis Delmas, which eliminates safety as a major need.