The Dolphins signed Wake in 2009 after he dominated CFL competition with the BC Lions, where he won defensive player of the year for two consecutive seasons.
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. He made an immediate impact in Miami and has amassed 98 sacks - second in franchise history behind Jason Taylor (131).
Now he's gone. And so, too, is the Dolphins' best player of an era.
The Titans had only 39 sacks last season, tied for 16th in the NFL. "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". He recorded 36 tackles, 17 quarterback hits, six sacks, five tackles for loss and a pass deflection, while earning $8,125,000 last season. They signed Roger Saffold to a four-year $44 million contract today and also added wide receiver Adam Humphries from the Buccaneers.