What signing DE Cameron Wake means for the Titans — NFL free agency

Ruben Hill
March 15, 2019

The former Dolphins defensive end agreed to a three-year, $23 million deal with the Tennessee Titans, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. Despite being 37 years old, he continues to play at a high level. A four-time All-Pro and five-time Pro Bowl selection, Wake, at 6-foot-3, 263 pounds, amassed 98 sacks in 10 seasons in Miami.

Wake is coming off a 2018 season in which he posted 36 tackles, five tackles for loss and six sacks.

Wake was 27 when he first signed with the Dolphins after starring in the CFL with the BC Lions. He'll like be the right outside linebacker for the Titans to replace Brian Orakpo, who retired from the NFL.

He became a breakout star in his second season in Miami, starting all 16 games and racking up 14 sacks. "It's probably us holding him back more than him saying, "I can't do something.'" We'll see how Wake looks and holds up this summer, but this is obviously good news for one of the league's top pass rushers".

This was not the only move Tennessee has made so far in the legal tampering period. The deal includes a reported $10 million guaranteed.

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