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Dolphins GM Dennis Hickey on Mike Wallace: We were all frustrated

INDIANAPOLIS — Mike Wallace wasn’t the only person in the Dolphins organization frustrated at the end of the season. Wallace, who was benched for the second half of the season finale against the New York Jets ...
Bleeding Green Nation Feb 15, 2015

NFL Trade Rumors: Dolphins shopped Mike Wallace to Eagles in 2014

But was Philadelphia even interested? CBS NFL Insider Jason La Canfora recently dropped an interesting nugget involving Miami Dophins wide receiver Mike Wallace and the Philadelphia Eagles. The ironic thing about it was that he brought it up in an argument with a Twitter user questioning the accuracy of his reporting. In any event, here's the tweet: @JClaryObserver um, wallace was shopped with eagles among those they talked to. You don't have clue brother. Quit while you're behind kid — Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) February 15, 2015 As you can see, La Canfora indicates the...
The Phinsider Feb 13, 2015

Dolphins looking to restructure Mike Wallace contract?

The Miami Dolphins could be looking to restructure Mike Wallace's contract. Since the Miami Dolphins' 2014 NFL season ended with a loss to the New York Jets, speculation has surrounded wide receiver Mike Wallace and what the club might do with their top wide receiver. Wallace reportedly removed himself from that Week 17 game just before the half, then was benched the remainder of the game. Questions remain about whether or not Wallace and the team can come back together for the 2015 season, or have too many bridges been burned. The concern over how Wallace can fit back with his teammates...

NFL Free Agency: Dolphins reportedly considering asking Mike Wallace to take a pay cut

The ex-Steelers wide receiver may be done in South Beach, as he is not expected to re-work his contract just two years into it. A total of $3 million of his $9.9 million salary in 2015 is guaranteed if he's on the roster March 10. The last 10 percent of the $30 million guaranteed Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace was given as part of his 5-year, $60 million deal in 2013 sits in the form of a $3 million guarantee if he remains on the Dolphins' roster on March 10, 2015. He may not see it. According to the Miami Herald, the Dolphins are considering asking Wallace to restructure his contract -...
Rotoworld Feb 12, 2015

Report: Miami may ask Wallace to restructure - Mike Wallace (WR) Miami Dolphins

The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins could approach Mike Wallace about a restructure instead of outright releasing him.
ESPN Fantasy Football Feb 9, 2015

Hope for Wallace staying in Miami?

It remains entirely unclear whether wide receiver Mike Wallace will be back with the Miami Dolphins in 2015. Although Wallace matched a career high wi...
The Phinsider Feb 9, 2015

Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 02/09/2015

Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including Mike Wallace met with general manager, Dennis Hickey, recently. DOLPHINS WIDE RECEIVERS: Report: Mike Wallace recently met with Dennis Hickey | ProFootballTalkOne of the things the Dolphins have to do this offseason is figure out whether they want to hold onto wide receiver Mike Wallace after a 2014 season that saw continued misconnections with quarterback Ryan Tannehill and ended with him on the bench following a blowup with coaches in the regular season... DOLPHINS OFFENSIVE LINE: Branden Albert: "I just...

Drew Rosenhaus: Dolphins should bring back Mike Wallace

Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace — who is on the hot seat in Miami and may not be back in 2015 — met for dinner recently with Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey. But mega-agent Drew Rosenhaus — ...
The Phinsider Feb 8, 2015

The curious case of Mike Wallace, Part II: Dennis Hickey meets with WR

According to a report, Miami Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey met with wide receiver Mike Wallace. The Miami Dolphins have a decision to make this offseason, one that may have less to do with money and salary cap space, than it does with the player involved. At the end of the 2014 season, wide receiver Mike Wallace, who was the focus of our first edition of the "curious case" series, was benched for the entire second half of the season finale against the New York Jets. Reports have stated that Wallace took himself out of the game late in he first half, which lead to coach Joe Philbin...
The Phinsider Feb 4, 2015

Ending the debate on Mike Wallace

The Curious case of Mike Wallace looks bigger than just Mike Wallace... Let me end the curious case of Mike Wallace right here, because at least to me... It's an easy one.NOTE: Buckle up...Players aren't the only ones who need to start taking responsibility. The entire organization needs to step up and take responsibility for actions. My argument below is not 100% sticking up for Mike Wallace but I'll state the facts. Wallace has caused no crimes in Miami, he hasn't beefed with his teammates, he has shown he works hard and he does his job. I can't speak for his "mental toughness", and...
Revenge Of The Birds Feb 4, 2015

Bruce Arians says WR Mike Wallace was 'fun to coach'

The speedy wideout might be out in Miami. Could he land in AZ? This isn't a rumor. It is just something Bruce Arians said. Read what you want into it. But it does have to do with a speedy receiver who was once coached by Arians and had great success him. That would be receiver Mike Wallace. ESPN's Mike Sando wrote an Insider piece on the 10 biggest questions for this upcoming offseason. Number eight was whether Mike Wallace is done in Miami or not. He has not been great in Miami and he costs a lot (his cap hit is more than $12 million). Sando shared a quote by Arians, one he said nearly...
The Phinsider Feb 4, 2015

The curious case of Mike Wallace

The Miami Dolphins top wide receiver may be on his way out. Just two offseasons ago, the Miami Dolphins embarked on a spending spree that reshaped the team through multiple high priced free agent signings. The top of those signings was former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace, who joined the Dolphins on a five-year, $60 million contract. Now, just two years later, Wallace may be on his way out of town. In two seasons, Wallace has recorded 140 receptions for 1,792 yards, with 15 touchdowns. He is, however, well below his 17.2 yards per catch average with the Steelers, averaging...
Position review: Offseason WR moves to revolve around Mike Wallace decision

Position review: Offseason WR moves to revolve around Mike Wallace decision

Jameson Olive takes a look at the Miami Dolphins' wide receivers and tight end situation with much of the offseason decisions to be based on what will happen with their most talented but disgruntled wide receiver Mike Wallace.

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