Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Thursday from around the Web:
Steve Wine of the The Associated Press writes about the new and improved Dion Jordan.
Morning take: Jordan gained about 17 pounds from a year ago in order to get stronger. He must hold up better against the run to get more playing time.
Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald writes Dolphins tailback Knowshon Moreno does not feel entitled.
Morning take: Moreno is currently a backup behind Lamar Miller after spring workouts. The Dolphins are making Moreno earn the starting job.
Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel previews the battle at right guard between Billy Turner and Dallas Thomas.
Morning take: This will be an interesting competition in training camp. Both are third-round picks, but Thomas has one more year of experience.
Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post writes the Dolphins signed free-agent receiver Gerald Ford.
Morning take: Most of the roster moves at this point are minor for the Dolphins. Ford is another long shot who probably won’t make the team in September.