NASHVILLE, Tenn. – By cutting Cameron Wake and Dion Lewis, the Titans save more than $9.588 million.

The two veterans also leave behind $3.791in dead money against the 2020 salary cap, joining Taywan Taylor’s $229,000 as the only leftover dollars counting for players no longer on the roster.CameronWakePortrait

Wake’s age was a question when he arrived in Tennessee at 37, though metrics suggested he could still be a productive pass rusher.

The team was in dire need as it didn’t re-sign Derrick Morgan, who eventually retired, or Brian Orakpo, who retired following his final game.

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