NFL Nation Reporter: Miami Dolphins
Cameron Wolfe joined ESPN in July 2017 and is the Miami Dolphins reporter for NFL Nation. He also contributes to ESPN’s boxing coverage along with other South Florida sports.
Wolfe covered the Tennessee Titans for one season before moving to South Florida to take over the Dolphins beat in 2018.
Wolfe’s role consists of writing features, breaking news, adding in-depth analysis and providing commentary for ESPN.com. He also appears regularly on ESPN television and radio programs, including SportsCenter, NFL Live and more.
While at ESPN, Wolfe has secured exclusive interviews for TV and/or digital features with some of sports biggest present and past stars including Dan Marino, Floyd Mayweather, Dwyane Wade, Tua Tagovailoa, Canelo Alvarez, Terence Crawford, Ricky Williams, Warren Moon, Chris Bosh, Jimmy Butler and Malcolm Butler.
Prior to ESPN, Wolfe spent two seasons covering the Denver Broncos for The Denver Post. His first season on the beat ended with the Broncos’ Super Bowl 50 win and Peyton Manning’s retirement. He also worked at the Houston Chronicle.
Wolfe is a native of Jackson, Miss. He graduated from the University of Houston in 2015 with a degree in broadcast journalism. He’s also a graduate of the Sports Journalism Institute.
Wolfe lives in Miami with his wife, Breanna, and daughter, Layla.