Cam Wake leaving Dolphins for Titans, reports say

Miami Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake sacks Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor, during the first half of an NFL football game Sunday Dec. 31 2017 in Miami Gardens Fla. SYR

Instead of re-signing Wake for an 11th season in Miami, the Dolphins are moving forward in their plans to rebuild their roster with younger, cheaper talent in hopes of developing into a competitor for years to come.

Miami Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake (91) prior to a game before the Jacksonville Jaguars at Hard Rock Stadium.

Wake is a five-time Pro-Bowler and his 98 sacks rank second on the Dolphins all-time list behind Jason Taylor.

The pass rusher has hit double digits in sacks in five seasons, finishing with a career-high 15 in 2012, his All Pro season.

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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.

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

He became a breakout star in his second season in Miami, starting all 16 games and racking up 14 sacks. They signed Roger Saffold to a four-year $44 million contract today and also added wide receiver Adam Humphries from the Buccaneers.

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