Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Wednesday from around the web:
Morning take: Fair or not, 2014 could be a make-or-break year for Tannehill. Not many quarterbacks get four years in the NFL to prove they are the long-term solution.
Andy Cohen of the Dolphins team site takes a look at general manager Dennis Hickey's use of technology.
Morning take: Football will still come down to running, blocking, tackling, etc. But any use of advance technology could provide a slight advantage.
Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel doesn't believe tight end is a position of need for the Dolphins.
Morning take: Miami has a proven starter in Charles Clay, but the depth behind Clay isn't strong. This shouldn't be a position to address in the first round.
Cody Straham of Rant Sports writes the Dolphins could look at receivers early in the draft.
Morning take: The Dolphins are not expected to take a receiver in the first round, but anything is possible beyond that. It's easier to stick to best available player after the first round.