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Cameron Wake out for the season after tearing Achilles against Patriots

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The Miami Dolphins were absolutely destroyed by Tom Brady and the New England Patriots last night, succumbing to a crushing 36-7 loss.

Brady opened the Dolphins up with ease as New England rolled to success and the bad news hasn't stopped there for Miami.

It has been revealed that one key Dolphins star suffered a serious injury during Thursday Night Football and is probably going to miss the rest of the season.

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Wake Done for the Year

According to a report from Adam Schefter of ESPN, Cameron Wake is out for the rest of the season with a torn Achilles tendon.

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Huge Blow

Losing a player as important as Wake is a huge blow for a Dolphins team that were looking to turn around their season under interim head coach Dan Campbell.

Wake had to be carted to the locker room after suffering an Achilles injury late in the third quarter and he did not return. He had two tackles, a sack, and a tackle for loss before leaving the game.

The defensive end has been one of the top-five pass rushers in the entire league over the past few years, and the Dolphins will struggle to replace his production in his absence.

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