Morning take: Lamar Miller is ready

July, 28, 2014
Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Monday from around the Web:
  • Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald writes Dolphins tailback Lamar Miller is ready to thrive in Bill Lazor's new offense.
Morning take: Miller is aiming to be Miami's version of LeSean McCoy in Philadelphia, which is a tall task. Miller spent the offseason getting bigger and working on being a complete running back.
  • Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel writes defensive tackle Randy Starks won't be pushed around.
Morning take: Starks is a no-nonsense players who gives good effort every year. The Dolphins chose to keep Starks over Paul Soliai in free agency this past offseason.
  • Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post writes Dolphins defensive tackle Earl Mitchell is driven to succeed.
Morning take: The Dolphins believe Mitchell didn't reach his potential with the Houston Texans. Miami thinks Mitchell can post bigger sack numbers in its 4-3 defense.
  • Alain Poupart of the Dolphins team site writes the offensive line is looking at different combinations.
Morning take: Shelley Smith is currently the center. Things would be easier if the first plan worked. But the Dolphins won’t know until the preseason games.

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