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This Week Outlook
Per sources, the Denver Broncos reached out Cameron Wake but the two sides failed to reach an agreement on a contract.
In the “wake” of Von Miller’s season-ending injury, the Broncos have reached out to Clay Matthews and Cameron Wake to replace the All-Pro DE/LB. Wake is currently a free agent and will look to find another opportunity that’s in line with his contractual expectations.
Despite reports to the contrary, 38-year old veteran LB Cameron Wake will not retire after being released by the Titans last month.
“It’s simply not true,” said Wake’s agent Paul Sherry of ProStar Sports. Wake and his representation are currently engaged in talks with multiple teams for the upcoming season. Dolphins fans would surely welcome back the fan favorite if Miami were to give him a shot.
Cameron Wake (knee) is active for the Dolphins' Week 7 game against the Lions.
Wake missed the last two games after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery, but is ready to go today. It's unlikely that he'll see a full complement of snaps, but his presence should at least have a minor impact on Matthew Stafford and the Lions' passing game.
Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake (knee) returned to practice Wednesday as a limited participant.
Wake has missed the last two games after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery. It’s not yet known if he will play Sunday, but the return to practice is an encouraging step. Wake has one sack in four games played this season.
The Miami Dolphins and pass rusher Cameron Wake agreed to terms on a two-year, $19 million contract extension that includes $11 million in guaranteed money.
Wake was awarded a contract extension Saturday that ties him to the Dolphins through 2019. Despite his age, the 35-year-old pass rusher is coming off of one of his best seasons as a pro in 2016. Playing in all 16 games, he accumulated 29 total sacks, 11.5 sacks, an interception and five forced fumbles. He'll likely wrap up his career in Miami.