It is rare for one of the top stars in the NFL to never reach the postseason at age 33. For Miami Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake, never playing a down in a playoff game is a harsh reality, but his road
The New England Patriots received some bad news on Monday. The NFL announced that quarterback Tom Brady would be suspended for the first four games of the regular season for his role in the “Deflategate” scandal, in which the
Dolphins Prevail Over Jets On Monday Night Dan Mogollon, editor for AllMediaNY.com helps break down the Dolphins’ 16-13 Monday night win over the reeling New York Jets. We discuss the game that saw New York rush for an astounding
Cameron Wake 32 this offseason, which is usually the danger zone for pro athletes, but he has continued to defy the odds and beat Father Time.
The 2014 NFL season is quickly approaching with training camp just a few short weeks away now. The Miami Dolphins, like other teams, are excited to get to work and prepare for the big season ahead. With a new
What should pretty much be your go-to for anything football-related, Pro Football Focus recently provided an insightful breakdown of the Miami Dolphins’ current depth chart. Of the 57 players listed, over 35 percent are considered “good starters” by PFF’s
Dolphins defensive end Cam Wake, who missed Monday’s 38-17 loss at New Orleans with a knee injury, participated in the portion of Friday’s practice media is allowed to watch. Of course, Wake also did the same thing last week
Cameron Wake knows what the schedule says, but he wants to get back on the field. The Dolphins pass-rusher, who missed Monday’s game against the Saints with a sprained knee, understands the Dolphins have a bye coming next week.
Since the Dolphins don’t play the Saints until Monday night, Miami’s first official injury report isn’t due until Thursday. But since they take Thursdays off, they practiced on Wednesday. And defensive end Cameron Wake, who reportedly could miss some
Earlier this morning on SportstalkFlorida Mornings, Eric Lopez talked to NBC 6 Miami sports anchor/reporter Courtney Fallon about the Dolphins 3-0 start. Why you should listen : Eric Lopez asked Courtney Fallon about the atmosphere in Miami. Are fans excited