Morning take: Dolphins' quick rebuild

Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Tuesday from around the Web:

  • Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald writes the Dolphins are confident in their quick rebuild.

Morning take: The Dolphins’ brass tore down parts of the roster and quickly spent money to build other parts. It’s an interesting and quick transition that could work next season.

  • Alain Poupart of the Dolphins' team site writes Dolphins owner Stephen Ross wants to build a consistent winner.

Morning take: The Dolphins must first get to the playoffs for at least one season. That could start the momentum the team needs to build a winning culture.

  • Dave Hyde of the Sun Sentinel reports former Dolphins trainer Kevin O’Neill is suing the team for losing his job after “Bullygate.”

Morning take: O’Neill was well respected in Miami for his longtime tenure as trainer. But the details in the Ted Wells report caused the Dolphins to fire O’Neill.

  • Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post writes the Dolphins are considering a wide receiver with the No. 14 overall pick in the draft.

Morning take: There is still a need for a No. 1 receiver following the loss of Mike Wallace. Kenny Stills is a good piece, but not a No. 1 threat.