Miami dolphin contracted Pro Bowl defensive end Cameron Wake to two years contract extension, the team announced Saturday.
A source tells ESPN Adam Schefter that this expansion is worth $ 19 million to $ 11 million.
Wake, 35, last year to overcome the adversity, from the end of the 2015 season deadly injury back, resulting in dolphins with 11.5 sacks. He made his fifth career, and therefore, one of Miami’s emotional leaders.
Dolphin vice president Mike Tannenbaum said his biggest priority is off-season to take care of his players. Wake is the first important internal signature of the offseason. Dolphins also expect to discuss contract expansion with leading wide receiver Jarvis Landry and start secure Reshad Jones. They have a one-year contract.
Miami earlier this week released the front defender Mario Williams and Earl Mitchell’s cap room.
Dolphins in the last season into the 10-6 season, since 2008 for the first time into the playoffs. They lost to Pittsburgh Steelers in the general match.