Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Tuesday from around the Web:
Chris Perkins of the Sun Sentinel believes the Dolphins' defense must take it to the next level for the team to be successful.
Morning take: The Dolphins' offense has been a work in progress. That means the defense must carry the team – at least early in the season.
Jacob Feldman of the Miami Herald writes Dolphins rookie receiver Jarvis Landry is catching on.
Morning take: Landry is not the most athletic wide receiver, but he makes plays with toughness and good hands. Miami may have to make room for him to be on the field early.
Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post takes a look at the Dolphins’ two new signings: offensive tackles Tony Hills and Steven Baker.
Morning take: Both are camp bodies who don’t have a strong chance to make the team. But it is interesting that Miami is adding offensive tackles.
Alain Poupart of the Dolphins team site writes kicker Caleb Sturgis is aiming to have a strong second year.
Morning take: Sturgis has a strong leg and should be even better in Year 2. He was Miami’s most productive rookie in 2013.