Miami Dolphins Sign Cameron Wake to 4-year Extension.

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 reported today by reporter Jason La Canfora, who reports that agreement, which has been a long-time coming for the former CFL product, is worth $49 million over four years, with $20 million in guaranteed money.

Ever since the Dolphins discovered Wake in the CFL and signed him to an NFL contract, he has been a dominant force on their defense. In three NFL seasons, Wake has registered 28 total sacks, highlighted by a 14-sack season in 2010 in which he was named to the Pro Bowl and second team All-Pro.

The 6’2″ 236-pound Wake will turn 31 in January and now has the opportunity to finish up his career with the Dolphins if he so chooses.


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