Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Thursday from around the Web:
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald writes the Dolphins could be leaning toward keeping two quarterbacks.
Morning take: Brady Quinn is battling Seth Lobato for the third quarterback job. Quinn is trying to learn the system as quickly as he can, but he’s had some rough moments. The last two preseason games will be important.
Alain Poupart of the Dolphins' team site writes rookie linebacker Chris McCain is looking to settle down in Miami.
Morning take: McCain had a roller-coaster college career that led him to being undrafted. But his talent is showing and he will make Miami’s 53-man roster.
According to CBS Miami, the Dolphins' depth at wide receiver is keeping everyone on their toes.
Morning take: This is one of Miami’s deepest positions on the team. The Dolphins most likely will keep six receivers and all have a chance to contribute.
Dave Hyde of the Sun Sentinel profiles Dolphins seventh-round pick Terrence Fede.
Morning take: Fede became the first player ever drafted from Marist in May. Now, due to solid play, the rookie defensive end most likely will make Miami’s 53-man roster.