• How much will Steelers miss Wallace?

    Summary of 7 articles · Updated Mar 7, 2013
    As you may know, it seems that the Steelers will not be getting Wallace back under contract for the future. The Steelers however, do not feel Wallace is worth what he wants. How do we know this? I believe the Steelers have made their piece with losing Wallace, but how will they replace him? They will most likely look for a receiver or two in the NFL Draft. Wallace will probably end up in the $11 million to $13 million per year range. So, again, there will be a market of multiple teams vying for Mike Walla...
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Titans won't chase Mike Wallace

      Let’s not go so far to rate wide receiver as a non-need for the Tennessee Titans. Kenny Britt is heading into the final year of his initial contract and hasn’t shown he can be counted on. Nate Washington is going to be 30 this season and has cap numbe
      Source: ESPN.com
    • VikesCentric: Receiver Wallace would be great fit

      Of course the Vikings should be interested in free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace.
    • Steelers Free Agency 2013: Who Will Stay And Who Will Go

      By Brandon Sweeney After an 8-8 season, the Steelers know that they will have to answer some big questions this offseason. The first one being free agency. Who is going to stay and who is going to go. The Steelers have eighteen unrestricted free agents …
    • Report: Vikings expected to battle Dolphins for Mike Wallace

      The Dolphins have been expected to be heavy bidders for wide receiver Mike Wallace in free agency for some time and it looks like they’ll have some company from up north. Jeff Darlington of NFL.com reports that the Vikings are expected to join the Dolph
    • Potential suitors for Wallace (of which he'll have several)

      Everyone knows Mike Wallace is the No. 1 free agent wide receiver that will come available on March 12. And by know everyone also knows the Dolphins will make Wallace their top free agent priority starting March 9 when teams and agents can begin talking…
    • Former O.P. Walker star Mike Wallace is expected to be one of the NFL's most coveted free agents

      ESPN analyst Bill Polian said Wallace has few worries a typical free agent might
      Source: nola.com

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