BY NICK ST. DENIS
Cameron Wake was expected to hold out, but then he showed up to voluntary workouts before again deciding to be absent from team activities.
That carousel is likely over.
Wake and the Dolphins have agreed to a contract extension, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Wake is now slated to make $49 million over the next four years with $20 million guaranteed.
Wake had been in pursuit of a new contract since the end of last season, as the standout pass rusher was owed just $615,000 in 2012. Since joining the NFL in 2009 after a stint in the CFL, Wake has amassed 28 sacks in 48 games.
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