Cameron Wake, now armed with a four-year contract, said 'all is well' in an interview with Jason Jackson on 790 The Ticket in Miami on Tuesday. Wake, who led the team in sacks last season with eight and-a-half, talked about putting his foot down to get this new extension while on the air with Jackson.
There's a business side of football and there's a player side. You try your best to make sure you keep the two separate, but sometimes they cross paths. At the end of the day the Dolphins organization I think they made the right decision and I got the extension, but at the end of the day I just said I am here to play ball and it all worked out. All is well.
Wake, who had missed workouts prior to the NFL Draft, signed a four-year, $49 million this past weekend, with a $20 million in guaranteed money to boot. Wake has been one of the most surprisingly successful pass rushers in the NFL, after having spent much of his collegiate career at Penn State as a run stopper.
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