Former Dolphins DE Wake to join Titans

Aubrey Yates
March 15, 2019

After spending his entire 10-year career with the Miami Dolphins, defensive end Cameron Wake is set to join the Tennessee Titans, according to Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network. The deal includes a reported $10 million guaranteed. He recorded 36 tackles, 17 quarterback hits, six sacks, five tackles for loss and a pass deflection, while earning $8,125,000 last season. The latter figure represents his lowest total since his rookie year all the way back in 2009. The five-time Pro Bowler departs with the second-most sacks (98) and second-most forced fumbles (22) in franchise history.

Defensive end Jurrell Casey (7) and linebacker Jayon Brown (6) led the Titans in sacks last season. He keeps himself in incredible shape, and he figures that - and the late start to his National Football League career - allows him to play at a high level longer than most players. The addition of Wake should help the Titans get better in the pass-rush category.

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At 37 years old Wake wanted to continue playing and extend his career and with Miami in a rebuilding process he wasn't a fit to stay in Miami.

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