7:32 PM EST, Fri February 27, 2015
Baltimore Beatdown 8 hours ago

Why Mike Wallace to Baltimore makes sense

With the Dolphins reportedly interested in dealing troubled receiver Mike Wallace, the Ravens could emerge as a serious contender for the talented wideout. Former Pittsburgh Steeler and current Miami Dolphins' wide receiver Mike Wallace is one of the highest paid receivers in football right now, despite a pretty mediocre set of stats while down south. In fact, Mike Wallace's contract is so bad that Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti used it in reference to resigning Torrey Smith. Mike Wallace got 10 million. I don’t think anybody thinks that that was a good deal Why Baltimore? So...
Behind the Steel Curtain 13 hours ago

Dolphins attempting to trade WR Mike Wallace

Miami brass looking to shed some cash and some attitude moving into the 2015 season. After Mike Wallace left Pittsburgh, he understandably, if not predictably, gushed about his new team and quarterback. He may have crossed a line with this comment, made to the Miami Herald in March of 2013. "Everybody has a college mentality around here. It’s a lot different than where I came from. Everybody’s hungry. Everybody wants to get better, get to where we need to be — that’s a winning record." Not even two years later, the Steelers have one of the best passing offenses in the game, the...
The Phinsider 14 hours ago

Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 02/27/2015

Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including with the Dolphins being rumored to be shopping Mike Wallace, some believe the Dolphins won't get much for him. DOLPHINS WIDE RECEIVERS: Lots to think about Mike Wallace | Miami Dolphins In DepthThis is what I know about the Mike Wallace situation after talking to multiple sources to piggyback on what NFL Network said Wednesday evening that the Dolphins are "talking about possibly trading" the wide receiver: Yes, the Dolphins are talking... Ups and downs of Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace - Sun...
The Phinsider Feb 26, 2015

Dennis Hickey: Mike Wallace is 'under contract for now'

Miami Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey talks about wide receiver Mike Wallace. The decision the Miami Dolphins have to make with regards to wide receiver Mike Wallace and the $9.9 million he will count against the salary cap in 2015 is getting closer to its deadline. Miami will have to make a move by March 15 if they plan to unload Wallace, getting him off the roster before his $3 million guarantee kicks in. Based on what Dolphins Vice President of Football Operations Mike Tannenbaum told 940 WINZ this morning, that decision may be made soon. Miami has three options when it comes to...

Mike Wallace not willing to restructure his contract with Dolphins

Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace would prefer to become a unrestricted free agent than restructure his deal, which pays him $9.9 million in 2015.Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace would prefer to become a unrestricted free agent than restructure his deal, which pays him $9.9 million in 2015.

Lots to think about Mike Wallace

This is what I know about the Mike Wallace situation to piggyback on what NFL Network said Wednesday evening that the Dolphins are "talking about possibly trading" the wide receiver: Yes, the Dolphins are talking about possibly trading Wallace. It...

Perkins: Dolphins need to keep Mike Wallace

WR has talent, which is a trait Dolphins can't afford to loseWR has talent, which is a trait Dolphins can't afford to lose
The Phinsider Feb 26, 2015

Mike Wallace trade rumors circulating

Mike Wallace could be on the trading block, according to an NFL Media report. Much of the Miami Dolphins talk this offseason has focused on wide receiver Mike Wallace. The top wide receiver for the Dolphins pulled himself out of the first half of the team's finale against the New York Jets, then was benched for the entire second half. Since that incident, the discussion has focused on whether or not the Dolphins could afford to keep a player who, at least from appearances, quit on his teammates. Wallace just completed the second year of a five-year, $60 million contract. It is a deal that...

Hyde5: Dolphins shopping Wallace? It's expected, but ....

The Dolphins have some tough, financial decisions to make in the coming days, and in an attempt to ease those some they're throwing the salary-cap version of the Hail Mary pass involving Mike Wallace.
The Phinsider Feb 26, 2015

Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 02/26/2015

Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including it has been rumored that the Dolphins are looking to shop Mike Wallace. DOLPHINS WIDE RECEIVERS: Mike Wallace being shopped by Miami Dolphins - NFL.comThe Dolphins are trying to trade disgruntled wide receiver Mike Wallace, reports NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport. Will any teams be willing on take on Wallace's salary? DOLPHINS LINEBACKERS: Report: Dolphins expected to pursue David Harris | ProFootballTalkJets linebacker David Harris is set to become a free agent next month and his representatives were...
Cat Scratch Reader Feb 25, 2015

Should the Panthers Trade for WR Mike Wallace?

Now here is a trade scenario that is more than just pure speculation. Word is the Dolphins are actively shopping Wallace. From a football perspective it would be a No-brainer' in my view. The deep threat specialist is just what Cam Newton needs. Yet it's the baggage that will make the Panthers pause: Mike Wallace being shopped by Miami Dolphins - NFL.comThe Miami Dolphins are not prepared to cut disgruntled wide receiver Mike Wallace just yet. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported on NFL Total Access on Wednesday that the Dolphins are exploring the trade route based not just on...

Dolphins wouldn’t get much for Mike Wallace in a trade

Mike Wallace’s future with the Dolphins remains uncertain so it’s no surprise that NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport reported that Miami is exploring the trade route. It would be more of a surprise if the Dolphins weren’t ...

Ravens owner criticizes Dolphins for Mike Wallace deal

Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti took a shot at the Dolphins for raising receiver salaries by giving Mike Wallace a five-year, $60 million contract back in 2013.Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti took a shot at the Dolphins for raising receiver salaries by giving Mike Wallace a five-year, $60 million contract back in 2013.

Dolphins WR Mike Wallace not in 2015 promotional video

It'd be hard to believe Wallace's omission was an oversightIt'd be hard to believe Wallace's omission was an oversight

Ravens owner: Nobody thinks Mike Wallace’s deal with Dolphins was good

Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Biscotti was surprisingly frank today discussing Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace and the massive contract he signed with Miami two years ago. It’s no secret that the Dolphins overpaid for Wallace. But to ...

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