Kevin Coyle: 'Miami Dolphins fortunate to have Cameron Wake'

Miami Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake during the first quarter of an NFL football game against the San Francisco 49ers on December 9, 2012
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Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle says that he would not trade defensive end Cameron Wake for anyone in the league.

Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle has said that the team are "fortunate" to have Cameron Wake.

The defensive end recorded a career-high 15 sacks in 2012, following Coyle's arrival at the Sun Life Stadium.

Coyle told the team's website: "I wouldn't trade Cam Wake for anybody in our league. He's a joy to coach. He works at it mentally, he's strong against the run, dynamic pass rusher, intelligent football player, can cover guys when we do put him into coverage.

"He's a guy that can run with backs, tight ends, shoot, he can run with some receivers out there. He's a dynamic player, and we're so fortunate to have him."

Wake joined the Dolphins in 2009, making the Pro Bowl twice in his four seasons with the AFC East side.

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