Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Thursday from around the Web:
Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports new Dolphins offensive coordinator Bill Lazor is bringing an up-tempo style to Miami.
Morning take: Lazor learned a lot under Chip Kelly in his one year with the Philadelphia Eagles. But whether that style will work in Miami remains to be seen.
Chris Perkins of the Sun Sentinel takes a look at the Dolphins' 10 most important young players.
Morning take: Quarterback Ryan Tannehill obviously tops the list. If he shines this year, the Dolphins will follow suit.
The Dolphins team site writes about rookie cornerback Walt Aikens looking to emulate Pro Bowl cornerback Richard Sherman.
Morning take: That is a lofty comparison. But it is good that Aikens wants to model his game after the best player at his position.
Danny Williams of the Phinsiders takes a look at the training camp battle between defensive end Olivier Vernon and Dion Jordan.
Morning take: I don't see how Vernon can lose his job after leading the team with 11.5 sacks last season. Jordan could start the year as a backup for the second straight season and needs to earn more playing time.