Both players devote a lot of time, mostly on Tuesdays, attending events such as visiting schools.
"It's a big honor," Camarillo said. "We don't do community work to get honors, but it's always nice to get a pat on the back.
"It's not just the Dolphins. It's the Miami part that we're about."
MARTIN ON THE MOVE: The Dolphins officially parted ways with tight end David Martin when they released him off injured reserve.
Martin had been put on IR in early September because of a knee injury.
Meanwhile, center Jake Grove returned for the first time since sustaining a high ankle sprain in the Thursday night victory at Carolina on Nov. 19, although he took part in practice on a limited basis.
THEY SAID IT: "I'm from another hemisphere, another league, another country, another climate, definitely every day I'm a work in progress trying to be the best linebacker I can be." — Cameron Wake
"I hate where we are turnover-wise. My team knows that." — Coach Tony Sparano on the Dolphins' minus-2 ratio