PITTSBURGH (AP) — Cameron Wake isn't sure he can keep living like this. Oh, the disruptive Miami Dolphins defensive end can deal with his resilient team making a playoff run. It's the way the Dolphins are doing it that is exasperating.In a season marred by a bullying controversy and nine nail-biters in 13 weeks, this one may have been the most harrowing of all.
Cameron Wake isn't sure he can keep living like this.
Oh, the disruptive Miami Dolphins defensive end can deal with his resilient team making a playoff run. It's the way the Dolphins are doing it that is exasperating.
In a season marred by a bullying controversy and nine nail-biters in 13 weeks, this one may have been the most harrowing of all.
Miami's 34-28 victory...
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Athletes tend to have some interesting wardrobe choices. Cameron Wake pushed that notion to the limit on Sunday.
Wake was in the zone ahead of the Dolphins’ game against the Panthers on Sunday, knowing how important a win would be to Miami’s playoff hopes. So, he went through his normal pregame routine, including some light jogging, but he did so in some unusual attire.
It seems as if the cycle continues for the Miami Dolphins: after starting off a perfect 3-0 , the Dolphins have managed to go on a four game losing streak. For the Dolphins, this has been a recurring event that takes place annually. The Dolphins usually either begin the season well before they go into a miserable slump , or vice versa.
The good part about this is unlike previous...
After last night weird ending to the Bengals-Dolphins game in which Miami won in OT on a safety, of course Andy Dalton was asked about the play. For some reason, he decided to admit that he doesn’t know the safety rule per USA Today: Said Dalton of the play: “It was tough. I don’t know exactly the rule, if it’s a foot, or if it’s the ball, or what it is but from the replay...
Cameron Wake described it as a movie moment.
If so, it would have to be classified as a drama. Third down, getting late in overtime, and the Miami Dolphins had the Cincinnati Bengals pinned deep in their side of the field.
And in the final scene of the night, Wake stole the show.
Somehow unblocked and unnoticed, Wake sacked Cincinnati's Andy Dalton for a safety with 6:38 left...
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November 01, 2013
Miami Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake sacked Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton for the game-winning safety on Halloween.
Just a couple days ago, people were saying that Cameron Wake would be out for several weeks. Well it looks like Wake does not want to miss a chance to sack Drew Brees. Wake was limited today in practice and looks like he is on pace to play Monday Night. “All great competitors want to […]
Dolphins DE/LB Cameron Wake suffered a knee injury in Sunday's game and is questionable to return.Fantasy Spin:Miami's rush defense was the third-best in the NFL last year and Wake was a huge reason why. Wake led the Dolphins in sacks last season with 8.5. It could be one reason Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan had all day to throw and his Falcons didn't punt in the first...
According to the Miami Herald, the Dolphins haven’t ruled out signing free agent defensive end John Abraham, who’s interested in playing in Miami next season. Abraham would be a nice addition alongside Cameron Wake, but it will be interesting to see how much money he’s looking for. It’s been obvious this offseason that the Dolphins aren’t afraid to spend money now. Need...