Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Friday from around the Web:
Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald writes there were some old problems resurfacing for the Dolphins in their first team scrimmage of 2014.
Morning take: The offensive line allowed seven sacks to the defense, which is reminiscent of 2013. The Dolphins used money and resources to fix this group, which must perform better in training camp.
Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel follows up with Dolphins left tackle Branden Albert, who says the offensive line has a lot of work to do.
Morning take: Miami's new scheme puts a lot of pressure on its offensive line. This group must be a strength and not a weakness.
Marc Sessler of NFL.com writes Dolphins running back Lamar Miller is leading the way.
Morning take: Knowshon Moreno entered as the favorite. But Miller has done a good job and was a standout this offseason.
Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post reports Dolphins rookie right tackle Ja’Wuan James has a fully guaranteed contract of $8.4 million.
Morning take: This will be a bargain for four years if James turns out to be a quality starter. The Dolphins think they have a keeper for the future.