Dolphins thinking playoffs
Cameron Wake talks about his expectations for the Dolphins this season.
Dolphins' credo on T-shirts after bullying scandal
emphasize his desire for them to take ownership of the team. The idea for an official credo came naturally. Defensive end Cameron Wake , a three-time Pro Bowler, had showed off a T-shirt last year in the locker room that he and other members of the
Dolphins Camp Day 3: Turning it up a notch in full pads
Training Facility at Nova Southeastern University. Unencumbered by the added padding, three-time Pro Bowl defensive end Cameron Wake had an easy time getting around 2014 first-round pick Ja'Wuan James and even managed to sack quarterback Ryan Tannehill
Under the Radar: Who is ready to make an impact for Dolphins?
opportunity to see more of the field to begin 2014 and to show that his offseason workouts with fellow defensive end Cameron Wake have made a difference. Also, the presence of seventh-round draft pick Terrence Fede, who impressed in OTAs and
A healthy Dion Jordan looking much improved at minicamp
love to see on an every-play basis: Dion Jordan and Cameron Wake on opposite ends of the defensive line. Jordan, the ..... The problem is, the DE position is stacked, with Cameron Wake , Olivier Vernon and Derrick Shelby all suitably equipped
Dolphins DE Dion Jordan suspended four games for PED violation
the league's policy on performance enhancing substances. Jordan was expected to start the season as a backup behind Cameron Wake and Olivier Vernon, seeing plenty of time in passing situations as part of the team's speed rush unit. "I worked
OTA roundup: Dion Jordan bound to 'explode this season'
noted that the team came very close to “redshirting” Jordan by placing him on the injured reserve last year. With Cameron Wake and Olivier Vernon locking down each respective defensive end position, Jordan will have to earn his way to respectable
Cameron Wake makes a fashion statement in South Florida
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Jim Irsay lashes out about Colts not protecting Andrew Luck: 'I DEMAND better'
September 11, 2013 The Colts will go up against a fierce pass-rushing unit against the Dolphins Sunday. Defensive end Cameron Wake got to Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden often, racking up 2 ½ sacks. It’s likely that Dolphins defensive coordinator
One is enough: Dolphins reportedly ready to deal Dion Jordan, Mike Wallace
numerous league sources," that the Dolphins are also open to trading wide receiver Mike Wallace and defensive end Cameron Wake . Wake has spent his entire six-year career in Miami while Wallace, who ranked second on the team in catches and