Morning take: More draft reaction

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

  • Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel believes the Dolphins took too many risks on small-school players.

Morning take: Five of Miami’s eight rookies were taken from FCS schools. That means they must make a large jump to the NFL level. Can Miami’s draft make an immediate impact?

  • Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald believes it’s up to Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin to develop the young talent.

Morning take: Philbin struggled developing young talent last season. He got next to nothing from his 2013 draft class and can’t afford to do the same in 2014.

  • Ricardo Arguello of the Appleton Post-Crescent writes about new Dolphins rookie free-agent quarterback Brock Jensen.

Morning take: The Dolphins studied a lot of tape of Jensen by default. He was a college teammate at North Dakota State with Miami third-round pick Billy Turner. Therefore, the Dolphins have a feel for his game and want to take a look.

  • Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post takes a look at early draft grades for the Dolphins.

Morning take: The are some good and some bad reviews, which is expected. The Dolphins didn’t add much star power, but they got who they feel can fill some needs.