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    Always a class act and I hope he can end his career in Miami a winner.

    Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake was playing some of the best football of his career before tearing his Achilles’ tendon in a Week 8 loss to New England.
    Now, he’s vowing to return “better than ever” — and wants to do it in Miami.
    “I would love to be back,” he said.
    Wake, who will be 34 next season, had seven sacks in his final three games before the injury.
    If the Dolphins keep him at his current salary, they’d have a $9.8 million cap hit next season. If they release him, they’d save $8.4 million.
    Wake wouldn’t rule out coming back at a reduced rate.
    “Whatever is the best thing obviously I’ll take it in to consideration,” he said. “There’s a lot of things that are question marks on the team next year. So the scenarios are probably endless. It’s hard to speculate. I’ve always loved being here and that’s not going to change.”
    Wake said he will be “100 percent” next year.
    When asked how he knows that, he responded: “Because I’m me.”
    “Healthy and better than ever,” he said of next season.
    Of course, Wake doesn’t know if the Dolphins are planning to bring him back. And he won’t know until after a new coach is hired.
    “That’s a question above my pay grade,” he said. “I just do what I can to make sure that decision is in my favor and I’ll let the chips fall where they may.”
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  • #2
    From head to heart Wake is what you would like every player to be. My heart says that I would love to see him playing for our team this year but, my head says that it would not be in the best interest in this team, at this time, in looking to our future.

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    • Phinatic514
      Phinatic514 commented
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      You can't let Wake go. You just can't. He is the undisputed leader of this team. Letting him go does a ton more bad then good.

  • #3
    34 year old DE on a 6-10 team. This is how you keep losing. Team leader? If he is your team leader WTF happened with the defense and team. OMF are you guys nuts?

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    • Dolfan1
      Dolfan1 commented
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      Dude you need to calm down and stop trashing the other posters here.

  • #4
    The guy can ONLY rush the passer, ask him to stop the run and I would do better.....

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    • #5
      I think if he's willing to take a pay cut to come back and be a pass rushing specialist, I'm all for that. I love Wake but it's a tough injury to bounce back from at his age (especially when your game is predicated on speed). That said - I'd love to have him in the rotation next year. Would love to see us snag Shaq Lawson with our 2nd round pick.....

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      • #6
        Originally posted by Alpha View Post
        I think if he's willing to take a pay cut to come back and be a pass rushing specialist, I'm all for that. I love Wake but it's a tough injury to bounce back from at his age (especially when your game is predicated on speed). That said - I'd love to have him in the rotation next year. Would love to see us snag Shaq Lawson with our 2nd round pick.....
        My thought exactly as Wake is still a force to be reckoned with when rushing the passer. In a rotation he will be fresher as well.
        Last edited by VAIDER5120; 01-03-2016, 09:36 PM. Reason: rotation

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        • #7
          If Wake can get healthy again I'd take him hands down over OV who draws at least one personal foul every damn game and it's always in 3rd and long.
          While it takes two to have an argument, it only takes one to walk away.

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          • London Fish & Chips
            London Fish & Chips commented
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            OV has a target on his back, my thoughts were that most of his PF fouls were BS...

          • Dolfan1
            Dolfan1 commented
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            To some degree perhaps bud but a few were blatant and very costly to the team.

        • #8
          IF you believe that the team can do something this year, you keep Wake. If not, it is time to move on.

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          • #9
            Originally posted by So Be View Post
            IF you believe that the team can do something this year, you keep Wake. If not, it is time to move on.
            In that case it's time to move on. This team is not a one year fix. JMHO.
            While it takes two to have an argument, it only takes one to walk away.

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