The Miami Dolphins defensive line will be at full strength for today's 1 p.m. game against the Baltimore Ravens. Last week the Dolphins got back starting nose tackle Paul Soliai who was nursing a left knee injury. This week Cameron Wake the team's two-time Pro Bowler will return to his usual spot as Miami's starting left end two weeks after suffering a mild MCL sprain in his left knee. Wake who has contributed five tackles 2.5 sacks and six quarterback hits in the two plus games he's played this season suffered the knee injury on the first series of Miami's 27-23 win over the Atlanta Falcons two weeks ago. The Dolphins held Wake out of last Monday night's 38-17 loss to the New Orleans Saints for precautionary reasons. Wake practiced all week on a limited basis and received his medical clearance for today's game. Two surprise active players are linebacker Jason Trusnik and safety Don Jones two of Miami's stronger special teams contributors. Trusnik suffered an injury to his ribs and Jones injured his arm against the Saints. Both were limited during practice this week but will play.