OLB Cameron Wake gearing up for chall...

OLB Cameron Wake gearing up for challenge ahead

There are 5 comments on the Palm Beach Post story from Jul 6, 2010, titled OLB Cameron Wake gearing up for challenge ahead. In it, Palm Beach Post reports that:

This week's issue of The Sporting News includes a 14-page preview of NFL training camps that kicks off with a feature on Cameron Wake, whose development this season is one of the keys to improving on the Dolphins' 22nd-ranked defense of a year ago.

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Since: Apr 07

ridgefarm Il

#1 Jul 7, 2010
I think Wake will eventually be a pro bowl linebacker, considering the info from Jason Taylor.
It will be interesting to watch the defense develop this season.
Marge

United States

#2 Jul 7, 2010
Most of these defensive players need to go. I would get the top FAs from the mid west. These are schools like Utah, Purdue, BYU, and many more who have players undrafted.

Since: Apr 07

ridgefarm Il

#3 Jul 8, 2010
Marge wrote:
Most of these defensive players need to go. I would get the top FAs from the mid west. These are schools like Utah, Purdue, BYU, and many more who have players undrafted.
Miami signed many top free agents during the last years of Don Shula, and most were a bust. The only way to build a team is
thru the draft.
Broward Mall Cop

Hampton, VA

#4 Jul 8, 2010
Tom Loy wrote:
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Miami signed many top free agents during the last years of Don Shula, and most were a bust. The only way to build a team is
thru the draft.
Shula won too many games to get top draft players. The road to the SB in the past 20 years is to become shlt like Tampa Bay, finally win, then go back to shlt. The 1-15 Cameron team opened the door for some top picks. Sad to say but we passed on Drew Brees out of Purdue and after an injury. We passed on Clay Matthews and the GB took him in 5 seconds. One time, John Lynch was available in his prime. If Shula had some top picks we would have won more SBs. He just won too many games. The FAs, UFL, CFL, former AFL players are out there. We need better people who can scout.

Since: Apr 07

ridgefarm Il

#5 Jul 8, 2010
Broward Mall Cop wrote:
<quoted text>Shula won too many games to get top draft players. The road to the SB in the past 20 years is to become shlt like Tampa Bay, finally win, then go back to shlt. The 1-15 Cameron team opened the door for some top picks. Sad to say but we passed on Drew Brees out of Purdue and after an injury. We passed on Clay Matthews and the GB took him in 5 seconds. One time, John Lynch was available in his prime. If Shula had some top picks we would have won more SBs. He just won too many games. The FAs, UFL, CFL, former AFL players are out there. We need better people who can scout.
In order to get good players, you have to have a front office that can draft good players. Top draft picks are not the answer. Look at Ginn, a top draft pick, but couldn't make the transition to the nfl.

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