Found October 02, 2013 on Phins Phocus:
The Beast. Cam Wake. #91 . The star from the CFL. Whatever you would like to call Cam Wake there is no question the Dolphins need him back and need him back badly.  Since joining the Dolphins Wake has been to two pro bowls and was named to the firs team all pro team after being considered by many in the league as one of the best pass rushers the NFL has to offer.  Wake finished last year with a 54.3 rating by PFF last year highlighted by a 38.7 pass rush rating. Wake wasted no time starting where he finished last season. Wake graded an 8.2 in Week 1 in part due to his 2.5 sacks and he abused the Browns O-line all day long. Since week 1, the Cam Wake we know and love has disappeared. After a frustrating week 2 and 3 Wake injured his knee and as we all know missed Monday night's game. Wake attended practice today and although limited is currently on track to getting back into the lineup this Sunday. Dolphins graded -4.7 Monday night without Wake after the Dolphins ...
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