2. Cameron Wake, EDGE
I don’t know what the relationship status is here between the Titans and Cameron Wake, but the production on the field was a LOT better than people seem to remember.
Let’s start with what Wake actually put on the stat sheet. Wake ended up with 2.5 sacks in half of a season as a rotational player, but he also ended up with 11 quarterback hits. No one on the Titans roster has been as good at getting to the quarterback per game (either in hits or sacks) as Wake was last year.
Speaking of other Titans, I stumbled on this when I was researching whether the Titans should or shouldn’t sign Jadeveon Clowney last offseason.
Without the constant chips and extra attention, Landry was able to really flourish. So far this season no one has come close to drawing attention away from Landry, even when Jadeveon Clowney was healthy and when Vic Beasley was on the roster.
Wake’s agent has said that he strongly disputes the idea that he retired which seems to indicate that there might be some interest for both sides.