Morning take: Dolphins lose late draft pick

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

  • Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports the Dolphins will ship their seventh-round pick to the Baltimore Ravens to complete last year’s Bryant McKinnie trade.

Morning take: Miami has only six picks remaining in May’s NFL draft. But the team got a starting left tackle for 10 games. It was a quality short-term rental.

  • Richmond Webb and Keith Sims talked to the Dolphins' team site about Miami’s current offensive line.

Morning take: The Dolphins could use both offensive linemen in their prime. Two holes remain at guard and right tackle.

  • Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post reports the Dolphins are hoping to bid for a Super Bowl in 2019.

Morning take: Miami is a destination city but an outdated stadium is hurting its chances. Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is willing to finance stadium renovations in exchange for property-tax relief.

  • Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel writes about 10 possible draft picks for the Dolphins, including Alabama safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix.

Morning take: Clinton-Dix would be a solid value at No. 19. However, the Dolphins signed free agent Louis Delmas, which eliminates safety as a major need.