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Morning take: Ndamukong Suh getting to know new teammates

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

Morning take: Suh showed up for voluntary workouts knowing he must get used to new surroundings and a new system. That can only be good news for Miami.

Morning take: Miami needs safety depth with starter Louis Delmas coming off a torn ACL. But it’s not a position the Dolphins could look for in the first round.

  • Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports Dolphins defensive end Dion Jordan did not report Monday for voluntary workouts.

Morning take: It's too soon to make a big deal out of who shows up and who doesn't for voluntary activities. However, Jordan could use the extra work after back-to-back disappointing season.

  • Hal Habib of the Palm Beach Post writes there are plenty of storylines within the Dolphins’ 2015 schedule.

Morning take: This is a huge year for Miami, and the team has an exciting schedule. We will have full analysis on the Dolphins during tonight’s schedule release.