Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Wednesday from around the Web:
Dave Hyde of the Sun Sentinel writes former Dolphins great Dan Marino must be careful of what he signs.
Morning take: Marino caused a stir this week by being one of the biggest names to join the concussion lawsuit against the NFL. Marino is now in the process of withdrawing his name. It appears his legal team didn’t provide good counsel.
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald writes why the Dolphins need an upgrade at middle linebacker.
Morning take: The Dolphins swapped Dannell Ellerbe for Koa Misi to play inside. But Misi has no experience and it’s a risky experiment. Miami’s run defense wasn’t very good last year. Maybe it will improve.
Andy Cohen of the Dolphins team website writes it is an important season for receiver Mike Wallace and quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
Morning take: The Dolphins spent $60 million on Wallace to help take Tannehill’s game to the next level. However, the pair wasn’t always on the same page and must improve their chemistry in Year 2 together.
Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel examines whether the Dolphins’ offense will be more balanced than last year.
Morning take: New offensive coordinator Bill Lazor appears to be more aggressive and creative than Mike Sherman, his predecessor. But I still think the passing attack will be more important.