Morning take: Mike Pouncey suspension?

Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Thursday from around the Web:

  • Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald writes the Dolphins are awaiting word on Mike Pouncey's suspension.

Morning take: Pouncey will undergo a mental evaluation before the NFL makes a decision. The Dolphins appear confident Pouncey will avoid missing games.

  • Andy Kent of the Dolphins team site writes St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher spoke highly of new Miami cornerback Cortland Finnegan.

Morning take: Finnegan struggled mightily last year in St. Louis, which was partially due to injuries. Health will be key for Finnegan to have a bounce-back season.

  • Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post writes NFL commissioner Roger Goodell backs the Dolphins' stadium plan.

Morning take: Dolphins owner Stephen Ross plans to foot the bill himself, so there's not much to debate. The issue is whether the Dolphins will get property tax relief.

  • Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel writes Ross is showing patience with the Dolphins so far.

Morning take: Ross wants to win as badly as Dolphins fans. This could be a big year for head coach Joe Philbin to produce his first winning season.