Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Monday from around the Web:
Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports the Dolphins will work out centers Darryn Colledge and Samson Satele Monday.
Morning take: Mike Pouncey's hip surgery will most likely keep him out 2-6 games. The Dolphins have options in house. But it's wise to see if there are better options outside the building.
Chris Perkins of the Sun Sentinel writes the Dolphins must establish their identity through defense.
Morning take: Based on offseason practices, Miami's defense is well ahead of the offense. That is expected for a defensive group that's been together for three seasons.
The Dolphins' team site highlights the beginning of renovations to Sun Life Stadium.
Morning take: The Dolphins have the green light to finally modernize their stadium. This is expected to eventually bring Super Bowls and big events to Miami.
Pete Prisco of CBS Sports lists linebacker Dannell Ellerbe as the Dolphins' most overrated player.
Morning take: Ellerbe struggled at times in the middle of last season after signing a big free-agent contract. The Dolphins believe they can get better production from Ellerbe this year by moving him to outside linebacker.