Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Monday:
The representatives for former North Dakota State quarterback Brock Jensen tweets he's officially a Dolphin.
Morning take: This was expected since last week. But after a little delay, Jensen is ready to compete with Dolphins third-string quarterback Pat Devlin.
Ty Schalter of Bleacher Report ranks the Dolphins dead last in their most recent NFL Power Rankings.
Morning take: Ouch! The Dolphins are not getting a lot of respect nationally after just missing the playoffs last season. ESPN.com ranked Miami No. 24, which indicates the team could take a step back this season.
Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald writes first-round pick Ja’Wuan James represents many of the character traits the Dolphins are looking for.
Morning take: Miami went out of its way to draft former team captains and character players high this year. New Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey wants to make sure Miami cleans up its poor locker room culture from a year ago.
The Dolphins team site writes the roster is full of former Georgia Bulldogs.
Morning take: This has been a good feeder program for the Dolphins. Starting safety Reshad Jones and starting tailback Knowshon Moreno are among the biggest names. Miami also drafted rookie tight end Arthur Lynch from Georgia.