Titans to sign former Dolphins DE Wake

Annette Crawford
March 15, 2019

Wake, the undersized, underdog defensive end who was undrafted out of Penn State and played in Canada before debuting with the Miami Dolphins in 2009, is a self-made man in many ways.

The Tennessee Titans and Cameron Wake have agreed to a three-year deal worth $23 million, according to Adam Schefter. Despite being 37 years old, he continues to play at a high level.

Wake, who had five sacks in the second half of last season, decided late in the 2018 season that he felt good enough to return for an 11th National Football League campaign.

The five-time Pro Bowler and one-time All Pro, Wake had 36 tackles and six sacks in 14 games with the Dolphins last season.

With Andre Branch already being let go and with it being very likely Robert Quinn will be released by Friday the Dolphins now are extremely thin at the defensive end position heading into 2019.

The Titans had only 39 sacks last season, tied for 16th in the NFL.

The Tennessee Titans and general manager Jon Robinson have made moves to bring an upgrade to both sides of the ball in 2019.

The agreement would also include $10 million guaranteed.

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