Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Wednesday from around the Web:
John Torres of Miami Today writes the Dolphins can do well with the proper leadership.
Morning take: Lack of leadership cost Miami last season during its late-season collapse and bullying scandal. The Dolphins feel they have better leadership this season.
Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel examines whether Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill has improved his long ball.
Morning take: It's too early to tell. Tannehill and speedy receiver Mike Wallace have missed on many long connections open to the media. However, Wallace says the two have been making big plays in other practices.
Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post examines whether the Dolphins can win with five new starters on the offensive line.
Morning take: It’s not ideal, but Miami’s offensive line was horrific last year. Although Mike Pouncey's hip injury definitely hurts, other areas have improved.
Andy Cohen of the Dolphins team website writes the 2013 draft class is stepping up.
Morning take: It was an impressive offseason for players such as Dion Jordan, Jamar Taylor, Will Davis and Dallas Thomas. The 2013 class must step up and contribute this season.