Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Thursday from around the Web:
Former Dolphins head coach Jimmy Johnson tells the team website that he sees growth in Miami quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
Morning take: Tannehill imprpoved, but not as much as the Dolphins hoped. Tannehill tailed off at the end of the season and needs to play better through a full season.
The Miami Herald wants to know your opinion of the Jonathan Martin interview.
Morning take: I thought it was underwhelming. After months of silence, this was Martin’s chance to tell his side of the story. Yet, he failed to shed much light or provide any details of the bullying scandal.
Dave Hyde of the Sun Sentinel believes Martin didn’t come away looking good.
Morning take: The Ted Wells report will detail everything in time. But I don’t think Martin won the public relations battle with this interview.
Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post writes the Dolphins will enter this season with new talent evaluators.
Morning take: Assistant general Brian Gaine was let fired Wednesday. He was respected in Miami but was a big link to former general manager Jeff Ireland. We will see if the Dolphins collect better talent going forward.