by Chris Burke
The Miami Dolphins came out of nowhere this season to capture the AFC East title. And to maintain that level of success, they are willing to import some talent from outside the country.
On Monday, the Dolphins signed linebacker Cameron Wake, the back-to-back CFL Defensive Player of the Year for the B.C. Lions (those Lions went 11-7, so, yes, they could probably beat America's Lions ... you win this round, Canada).
Wake, a 6-foot-3, 240-pounder, led the CFL in sacks the past two years with 16 and 23, respectively. Overall he had 137 tackles, 39 sacks, three fumble recoveries, eight forced fumbles, five passes defenses and two blocked field goals.