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Miami coach Joe Philbin said rookie Ryan Tannehill will compete for the No. 1 role at quarterback in 2012, according to the Palm Beach Post.
This was to be expected as the Dolphins invested the No. 8 overall pick in the Texas AM standout in Aprils Draft while coming off a dismal 2011 campaign. Tannehill will be competing with Matt Moore and David Garrard for the starting gig, and while he has strong upside -- he will undoubtedly be held back by a poor receiving corps in Miami, which sent Brandon Marshall, their only No. 1 caliber wideout, to Chicago.
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DAVIE, Fl. If rookie tight end Michael Egnew is any measure, the Miami Dolphins got an absolute steal by drafting quarterback Ryan Tannehill, the Texas A&M product, with the No 8 pick in the first round.
"Anytime you get a good quarterback like him throwing to you, you're just like, 'Wow, it's amazing,' " said Egnew, Miami's third-round pick.
What kind of players did the Dolphins get in the 2012 NFL draft? We break down each selection, looking at their college career and examining how they could fit into the team's plans. This installment looks at first-round pick Ryan Tannehill.
MIAMI-After a lot of back and forth jockeying for position, the Dolphins and their standout linebacker Cameron Wake have finally agreed to a new deal.
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The Miami Dolphins have extended linebacker Cameron Wake's contract through the 2016 season.
The 6-foot-3, 260-pound Wake has played three seasons with the Dolphins, and led the team in sacks last year with 8 1/2. He has started 31 of 46 games.
Wake has 28 sacks and four forced fumbles with Miami after coming to the Dolphins from the Canadian Football League, where he was a...
Poor Cameron Wake was probably starting to think he would never get a big contract. Wake signed a 4 year, 2.4 million dollar “rookie” contract before the 2009 season at age 27 and had done nothing but dominate since. In the last 2 seasons as a starter, he’s had 25 sacks, 41 quarterback hits, and 81 quarterback pressures, including 52 pressures last year (3rd in the league behind...
Wake is relentless coming off the edge.
The news keeps getting better for Miami Dolphin fans. Last thursday in the 2012 NFL Draft, the team selected it’s quarterback of the future in Texas A&M’s Ryan Tannehill. Today, the team locked up it’s best defensive player, agreeing to a four-year contract extension with pro bowl defensive end Cameron Wake.
The deal was...
David J. Neal of the Miami Herald reports that the Miami Dolphins have secured their top pass rusher, Cameron Wake, through 2016. The four-year extension is worth up to $49 million with $20 million guaranteed.
Wake arrived in Miami in 2009 from the Canadian Football League where he won two Defensive Player of the Year awards. In three seasons with the Dolphins, the 6-3, 250-pound...
From the CFL to 20 million dollars guaranteed.
The Cam Wake another story of what we love about sports. Cam Wake’s path like many other NFL stars wasn’t so easy. Despite now being an elite pass rusher in the NFL, there was a point in his career where he couldn’t even land on an NFL roster.
After dominating in the CFL 2 years being the defensive player of the year both seasons...
From the CFL to 20 million dollars guaranteed.We wrote a blog on PhinsPhocus a couple of weeks ago telling the Dolphins to pay Cam Wake, and that's exactly what they did !
The Cam Wake another story of what we love about sports. Cam Wake’s path like many other NFL stars wasn’t so easy. Despite now being an elite pass rusher in the NFL, there was a point in his career...
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The news keeps getting better for Miami Dolphin fans. Last thursday in the 2012 NFL Draft, the team selected it's quarterback of the future in Texas A&M's Ryan Tannehill. Today, the team locked up it's best defensive...
Cameron Wake is underpaid no more. The Dolphins' best pass rusher signed a contract extension on Sunday that could keep him in a Miami uniform through the 2016 season.