Here are the stories from the last 24-hours that you might have missed from around the web:
Miami Dolphins can’t have it both ways - Greg Cote - MiamiHerald.com
The Dolphins have officially had an eventful week when the most interesting thing was not the signing of former Kardashian boy-toy Reggie Bush, not top receiver Brandon Marshall acknowledging an emotional disorder and not the unearthing of Jason Taylor for a third go-round.
Miami Dolphins’ Chad Henne in charge as Kyle Orton stays put - Miami Dolphins - MiamiHerald.com
Kyle Orton is staying with the Broncos, ending his courtship with the Dolphins and leaving Chad Henne in command of the offense.
Dolphins Wide Receivers:
Miami Dolphins hope that Clyde Gates gives them the speed they need at wide receiver
Dolphins fans couldn't wait to run Ted Ginn Jr. out of town. But it didn't take long before they realized what they had lost.
Dolphins Defensive Line:
Miami Dolphins’ Kendall Langford hopes to get extension - Miami Dolphins - MiamiHerald.com
Dolphins defensive end Kendall Langford, eligible to become an unrestricted free agent after the 2011 season, said Thursday the team has assured him that he will receive a contract extension.
AP Sources: NFL to do HGH test once details agreed - Football Wires - MiamiHerald.com
NFL players have ratified a new, 10-year collective bargaining agreement, and two people familiar with the negotiations tell The Associated Press the contract allows the NFL to become the first major U.S. professional sports league to use blood testing for human growth hormone.