Veteran DE Wake intends to sign 3-year deal with Titans

  • Veteran DE Wake intends to sign 3-year deal with Titans

Veteran DE Wake intends to sign 3-year deal with Titans

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.

Former Miami Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake reportedly plans on signing a three-year, $23-million deal with the Tennessee Titans, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

In 2018, however, Wake was limited to six sacks - the lowest total since his rookie season.

Now he's gone. And so, too, is the Dolphins' best player of an era.

Through his time in Miami, Wake played in 146 games and amassed 98 sacks, 360 tackles and 22 forced fumbles. He'll like be the right outside linebacker for the Titans to replace Brian Orakpo, who retired from the NFL.

Wake, a longtime fan favorite, has never played in an National Football League jersey other than the Dolphins' over his 10 seasons, proving to be one of the most successful signings in team history. Wake is projected to make a significant impact for the Titans as a situational pass rusher.

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