Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Wednesday from around the Web:
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald writes Dolphins coach Joe Philbin is tackling the team's problems head on.
Morning take: I like the forthright approach Philbin has taken toward improving the team's issues. It would be easy to point the finger elsewhere. But what would that resolve?
Dave Hyde of the Sun Sentinel wonders if the Dolphins can get two starting offensive linemen in the draft?
Morning take: It’s risky. If Miami is willing to spend two draft picks on linemen in the first three rounds, it certainly increases its chances of being successful.
Andy Kent of the Dolphins' team site writes there’s still plenty of work to do for general manager Dennis Hickey.
Morning take: Free agency is ongoing and the Dolphins still have holes to address. Miami must mix the balance between the draft and signing veterans.
Hal Habib of the Palm Beach Post writes Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is confident that renovations will happen to Sun Life Stadium.
Morning take: The fact that Ross is willing to pay for it himself makes it a much stronger possibility. The Dolphins are seeking property tax relief in return, which has to be worked out.