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December 17, 2007
Camarillo, parents mobbed after Miami Dolphins' win
Florida Today – 12/17/2007, 01:28 am
Camarillo, parents mobbed after Miami Dolphins' win BY CARL KOTALA FLORIDA TODAY Enlarge this image Flipped out. Miami wide receiver Greg Camarillo (83) is tripped up by Baltimore's Jamaine Winborne after gaining a first down on Sunday.
Miami's catch of the day
North Jersey.com – 12/17/2007, 05:02 am
By STEVEN WINEASSOCIATED PRESS MIAMI -- The Dolphins acted as though they'd never won a game before. When Greg Camarillo turned a short completion into a 64-yard touchdown in overtime, the bench quickly cleared, with players sprinting en masse to the end zone to mob their teammate.
December 16, 2007
You name it, he's likely done it well; Neuqua Valley's Oshinowo has the brains, hopes to show Bears he some brawn too
CMD First Source - 12/16/2007, 06:28 am
A Stanford academic adviser phoned Lola Oshinowo to see if her wise son really knew what a foolish mistake he was making.The conversation took place in the spring of 2006 when Babatunde Oshinowo, Lola's eldest son, was preparing to delay pursuit of his master's degree in electrical engineering at Stanford for a shot to play in the NFL.
Rookie Bills QB keeps his cool
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle - 12/16/2007, 03:17 am
ORCHARD PARK - Coaches, teammates and opponents rave about Trent Edwards' unflappability. They talk about how the Bills rookie quarterback doesn't get rattled, even when confronted with third-and-long.
BILLS: Late-round gems lead Buffalo and Cleveland
Niagara Gazette - 12/16/2007, 02:17 am
ORCHARD PARK - In 2005, Derek Anderson sat patiently as 212 players were selected before the Baltimore Ravens called his name in the sixth round of the NFL Draft.
Camarillo's overtime dash secures Dolphins' first win
ESPN – 12/16/2007, 13:54 pm
MIAMI (AP) -- The Miami Dolphins finally won one, thanks to a break and a big play in overtime. After Baltimore's Matt Stover missed a 44-yard field goal in the extra period, Miami's Greg Camarillo turned a short completion into a 64-yard touchdown, and the Dolphins beat the Baltimore Ravens 22-16 Sunday.
December 14, 2007
Camarillo at QB? Say what?
Palm Beach Post – 12/14/2007, 15:17 pm
2007-12-14 23:17:59 Camarillo at QB? Say what?
December 12, 2007
The Long Shot
Palo Alto Daily News – 12/12/2007, 09:37 am
hoto courtesy of Miami Dolphins Familiarity with coach Cam Cameron's offense helped Greg Camarillo follow Cameron from the Chargers to the Dolphins. FORMER M-A AND STANFORD STAR GREG CAMARILLO BEAT THE ODDS IN THE NFL By Vytas Mazeika / Daily News Staff Writer It's a good thing Greg Camarillo's older brother never took it easy on their front lawn.

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