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Report: Wallace turned down Vikings' offer

Report: Wallace turned down Vikings' offer

ESPN.com Updated Jun 13, 2013
Mike Wallace cashed in during this year's free-agency period when he signed a $60 million contract to join the Miami Dolphins. But the speedy wide receiver evidently turned down a more lucrative offer from the Minnesota Vikings. Wallace's father, Mike W…
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  • Vikings, NFL looking to enhance public safety inside stadium

    Vikings, NFL looking to enhance public safety inside stadium

    startribune.com Jun 13, 2013
    A new league policy revises the restrictions on what fans can and can't bring into the stadium on game day.
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  • Vikings counting on younger players

    Vikings counting on younger players

    startribune.com Jun 13, 2013
    No longer Vikings rookies, Toby Gerhart, Kyle Rudolph and Chris Cook can now focus on doing what they need to do to help the team win a championship.
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  • Access Vikings: Greenway absent, will have arthroscopic knee su…

    Access Vikings: Greenway absent, will have arthroscopic knee surgery

    startribune.com Jun 13, 2013
    The most notable absence from Vikings OTAs was linebacker Chad Greenway, who will have arthroscopic surgery on his knee. Running back Adrian Peterson worked out inside, quarterback Christian Ponder has a rough start and Access Vikings takes a closer loo…
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  • Video - Mike Wallace Reportedly Turned Down $76M 02:43

    Mike Wallace Reportedly Turned Down $76M

    Jun 13
    John Clayton discusses Mike Wallace's decision to sign with the Dolphins for less money than he was reportedly offered by the Minnesota Vikings.

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  • Seattle Seahawks, Tarvaris Jackson agree to one-year deal, according to so…

    Jun 13
    The Seattle Seahawks have reached a one-year deal with quarterback Tarvaris Jackson, a source told ESPN.com's John Clayton. Jackson passed his physical Thursday and then accepted the Seahawks' offer.