Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Wednesday from around the Web:
Jim Corbett of USA Today writes Dolphins players are enjoying the new and improved Joe Philbin.
Morning take: Miami’s head coach learned a lot last season. There was the late-season collapse and the bullying scandal that defined the Dolphins’ season. Philbin has made it a point to be more accessible as a head coach in Year 3, which is the right move.
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald writes the Dolphins are turning to technology.
Morning take: Many teams around the NFL are embracing technology to help with preparation. It still comes down to talent, coaching and execution. But little breakthroughs in technology could make things easier.
Hal Habib of the Palm Beach Post writes Dolphins linebacker Dannell Ellerbe looks to improve in his second season in Miami.
Morning take: Ellerbe played out of position last season at middle linebacker in a 4-3 defense. The Dolphins moved him outside this season in hopes that Ellerbe gets back to being the playmaker he was with the Baltimore Ravens.
Chris Perkins of the Sun Sentinel writes the Dolphins have signed kicker Danny Hrapmann.
Morning take: The Dolphins need another camp body with kicker Caleb Sturgis nursing a sore groin. Hrapmann might kick Friday for Miami in what could be an audition for other teams.