Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Wednesday around the Web:
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports Eric Mangini and Mike Tannenbaum are names to consider with the Dolphins.
Morning take: It would be interesting to see two former New York Jets running the Dolphins. General manager Jeff Ireland is in the hot seat, and owner Stephen Ross may be considering replacements.
The Dolphins team site takes a look back at defensive end Olivier Vernon’s breakout season.
Morning take: Vernon was a pleasant surprise after getting 11.5 sacks as a first-year starter. Vernon solidified his spot as one of Miami’s best defensive players.
Charlie McCarthy of FoxSports.com says many questions remain with the Dolphins.
Morning take: It will be a tough offseason for Miami. The Dolphins are not expected to blow everything up. But changes will be made.
Chris Perkins of the Sun Sentinel writes the Dolphins’ draft class did not produce.
Morning take: Kicker Caleb Sturgis was the most productive member of Miami’s rookie class. That means a lot of young players must step up their game in Year 2.