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The second release of the day.
#Titans release Dion Lewis and Cameron Wake
— Tennessee Titans (@Titans) March 12, 2020
Wake was signed last offseason to patch up a pass rush that could use a veteran presence, but failed to make much of an impact. He appeared in nine games for Tennessee, with the bulk of his impact coming in a week one win over the Cleveland Browns. Each of his 2.5 sacks came during that contest. He ended his 2019 season on IR.
Wake, now 38 years old, will be a free agent if he chooses to continue playing. He currently sits at 100.5 career sacks — a staggering number considering he entered the league at the age of 27.
Finding a consistent pass rusher to pair with Harold Landry has to be near the top of Jon Robinson’s to-do list this offseason. However, with money being potentially limited this offseason, he may have to look to the draft to fill that need.