Chris Johnson isn't the only high-dollar veteran in danger of being dumped by the Tennessee Titans.
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The team has asked pass rusher Kamerion Wimbley to take a pay cut, Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean reports. Wimbley is weighing that option now, per Wyatt.
Wimbley has plenty of experience as a 3-4 outside linebacker, which should endear him to new defensive coordinator Ray Horton.
The problem is Wimbley's $6 million salary, prohibitive for a 30-year-old edge rusher whose snaps dropped from over 900 in 2012 to fewer than 400 in 2013.
With a more productive Shaun Phillips now in Nashville, Wimbley has no leverage coming off a combined 9.0 sacks over the past two seasons.
Unlike Johnson, though, he holds his Titans future in his own hands.
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