• Report: Patriots have “some interest” in Mike Wallace

    Summary of 32 articles · Updated Mar 14, 2013
    But interest from the Vikings will make Wallace expensive. But I would be very, very, very surprised if the Dolphins also weren't one of those teams that at minimum are showing interest in Mike Wallace. New Miami Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace said Wednesday in an interview with ESPN's "SportsCenter" that he expects his new team to compete with the New England Patriots "from Day 1." Nothing that has happened so far is binding, meaning the Vikings could jump into the fray at any time, but for the moment ES...
    • Mike Wallace contract numbers interesting

      So Mike Wallace signed a five-year, $60 million deal, right? It had $30 million in guaranteed money, right? Well, yes. And no. According to spotrac.com (very good website), records at the NFL Players Association and a source who has shared details with …
    • Mike Wallace ready to up Tannehill's stock

      DAVIE, Fla. -- Mike Wallace did his homework. Before the start of free agency, the coveted wide receiver studied film of offenses and quarterbacks who were potentially interested in his services. Wallace came away thinking the Miami Dolphins and second-…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Mike Wallace meets the media in South Florida

      Mike Wallace said today he spent the past two or three weeks contemplating where he would sign as a free agent wide receiver and actually had "a couple of options," about teams to play for. But when he studied the Dolphins he saw a 7-9 team "that was be
    • Details will be telling in Wallace deal

      There are now multiple reports - with no real details - regarding the contract signed Tuesday by new Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace. But there are scant details regarding the five-year, $60 million deal, $30 million of which is reportedly guaranteed.
    • Report: Mike Wallace deal worth $60 million over five years

      The Miami Dolphins made a splash on the first day of free agency bringing a trio of new players to South Beach. The Dolphins signed linebackers Dannell Ellerbe and Phillip Wheeler to new deals, but neither signing was as big as the one for former Pittsb…
    • Sources: Wallace, Dolphins agree to $60M deal

      The Miami Dolphins have signed free-agent wide receiver Mike Wallace, ESPN has confirmed.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Peter King: Wallace makes sense in Miami no matter the cost; mail

      I hate Mike Wallace in Miami at $13 million a year.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Dolphins Come To Terms With Free Agent WR Mike Wallace

      By Brandon Sweeney The Dolphins have started free agency strong, coming to terms on a deal with former Steelers WR Mike Wallace. The former Steelers receiver was the hottest free agent this year. He has caught 32 career touchdowns in his short four year…
    • Mike Wallace a game-changer for Dolphins

      The Miami Dolphins made the biggest splash on the first day of free agency. The up-and-coming Dolphins landed former Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Mike Wallace, who has the potential to be a game-changer in Miami. ESPN.com senior writer John Clayton repo…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Absorbing loss of Wallace depends on this

      Losing a wide receiver is familiar territory for the Steelers. They've parted ways with Santonio Holmes and Hines Ward in recent years. The reason Pittsburgh has been able to move forward without them goes back to its backup plan. Emmanuel Sanders #88 W…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Sources: Dolphins, Wallace discuss 5-year deal

      The Miami Dolphins and free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace are negotiating a five-year deal, with an agreement "very, very likely" to occur, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Mike Wallace is a Miami Dolphin

      MIke Wallace and the Dolphins have agreed to a five-year contract that will pay him between $60 and $65 million if he meets all its incentives. The contract includes a substantial amount of guaranteed money. Although that figure is not yet known, it wil…
    • Reports: Mike Wallace has agreed in principle to mega-deal with Dolphins

      It had long been speculated that former Pittsburgh Steelers speed receiver Mike Wallace was on his way to Miami, and according to several sources, the Dolphins have indeed agreed to terms with the man they hope will greatly improve their passing game. J…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Mike Wallace agrees to deal, taking physical for Dolphins

      In yet another sign that the most-expected, least-surprising move of the offseason will come to fruition, Mike Wallace is in Miami taking a physical. While the Steelers wideout has been widely speculated to be headed there for what seems like months, Je…
    • Free agency kicks off and Wallace has the ball

      The so-called free agency War Room at the Dolphins training facility has been buzzing much of the day, according to a source who has seen the activity. And much of the buzz and anticipation has been surrounding the Dolphins making a fast and bold dive i…
    • Dolphins think Vikings may offer Mike Wallace $13 million a year

      The Dolphins have long been viewed as the favorites to land receiver ex-Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace. But interest from the Vikings will make Wallace expensive. We’ve already noted that the Vikings’ decision to trade receiver Percy Harvin to th
    • Top free agents in the division: No. 2

      Free agency officially begins Tuesday, so the AFC North blog is counting down the 20 best free agents (unrestricted and restricted) from the teams in the division. Let's continue with No. 2 ... MIKE WALLACE Steelers wide receiver Status: Unrestricted Th…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • All signs point to Wallace going to Miami

      If all the reports are correct -- and there are plenty of them -- wide receiver Mike Wallace will be an ex-Steeler and the newest member of the Dolphins in about 28 hours. ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter reports that "the league-wide expectation&quo…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • More and more reports link Mike Wallace to Miami

      The reports linking free-agent receiver Mike Wallace to the Dolphins continue to mount. And that should make every Dolphins fan nervous. The latest comes from Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post, who writes that it’s a “done deal.”  But if we learned
    • No indication Vikings are in on Mike Wallace

      If the NFL's three-day negotiating period revealed anything, it was that the Minnesota Vikings aren't as excited about free agent receiver Mike Wallace as some of you have thought or hoped. Nothing that has happened so far is binding, meaning the Viking…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Dolphins focusing on Mike Wallace

      Of all the potential 2013 free-agency moves, the most obvious involves the Miami Dolphins targeting Steelers receiver Mike Wallace. According to Mike Garafolo of USA Today, the Dolphins spent the first two days of the legal non-tampering tampering perio…
    • Report: Dolphins are the ‘lead dog’ for wide receiver Mike Wallace

      Due to their sunny location, the Miami Dolphins have emerged as the "lead dog" for the services of field-stretching wide receiver Mike Wallace when the free-agent signing period begins at 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Alex Marvez of FOXSports.com repo…
  • Wallace: Dolphins to compete from 'Day 1'

    New Miami Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace said Wednesday in a interview with ESPN's "SportsCenter" that he expects his new team to compete with the New England Patriots "from Day 1."
    Source: ESPN.com

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