Hdere are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories on NFL draft Thursday from around the Web:
Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald writes options are plentiful for new Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey.
Morning take: We are still not sure what Hickey's draft personality is. But we will know a lot more by the end of the weekend.
Chris Perkins of the Sun Sentinel examines whether Hickey will learn from the team's prior mistakes.
Morning take: Former Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland got very little out of last year's draft class, which partially led to his firing. Hickey must get immediate production.
The Dolphins team site takes a look at Alabama offensive tackle Cyrus Koundjio.
Morning take: Miami isn't likely to take Koundjio unless he falls into the second round. There are too many injury concerns to take him at No. 19.
Hal Habib of the Palm Beach Post writes the Dolphins should address the offensive line with their first pick.
Morning take: I agree with this. A top-rated offensive lineman may not be available at No. 19. But if that's the case, the Dolphins should trade down to acquire more picks.