Miami Dolphins discuss extending Cameron Wake’s contract

Miami Dolphins discuss extending Cameron Wake's contract

The Miami Dolphins have voiced inside discussions about extending defensive finish Cameron Wake’s contract by way of the 2019 season, the Miami Herald reported.

Wake, who’s a five-time Professional Bowl choice, recorded 10.5 sacks and 36 tackles whereas beginning all 16 video games final season. He’s set to make a base wage of $eight million within the last season of the two-year deal he signed in 2017.

The 36-year-old Wake has collected 22 sacks in his final two seasons and 92 for his profession, leaving him second solely to Professional Soccer Corridor of Famer Jason Taylor in franchise historical past.

Wake has performed in at the least 14 video games in all however one season since starting his NFL profession in 2009 out of Penn State.

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