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Is Cam Wake’s career in Miami coming to an end?

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“I don’t think Cam Wake will be a Dolphin again in 2016,” the Sun Sentinel’s Omar Kelly said on the Big O Show. “I I think he’s probably going to be released. I expected him to be released even before the injury. $8.5 million a year for a situational pass rusher is probably just a little bit too high. You put Cam on the open market and I would be surprised if he got three-year, $15 million dollar deal. And, that’s not to say that he’s not a talented player or not a Pro Bowl talent. The numbers just don’t add up.”

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Can the Dolphins beat the Eagles on Sunday?

“I’m picking them to lose. I think they’re circling the drain. Bill Lazor is going against his sensei in Chip Kelly. I really don’t think they are going to have any answers for Chip Kelly’s offense.”

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