A person with knowledge of the agreement says receiver Mike Wallace has agreed to a multiyear contract with the Miami Dolphins.|||||||
The person confirmed the agreement to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because no deal had been announced Tuesday night. In four years with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Wallace caught 32 touchdown passes.
An injury in his left hip and hamstring area will prevent Wallace from playing in the Steelers' season finale Sunday against the Cleveland Browns. He will be an unrestricted free agent, leaving his status with the team for beyond this season in question.|||||||
For the first time since he was taken in the third round in the 2009 draft, Wallace will miss a regular-season game for the Steelers.
Wallace made seven catches for 112 yards and two touchdowns on Sunday against San Diego.|||||||
It was Wallace's fifth-career two-score game, and his first this season.
Wallace hauled in eight receptions for 123 yards and another touchdown during Sunday's 34-31 loss at Oakland.|||||||
Wallace has now scored in each of Pittsburgh's first three games and - despite holding out during the preseason - looks poised for another monster campaign. Keep him plugged into fantasy lineups going forward.
Wallace thinks he's ready to face the Denver Broncos. The Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver says Monday there's no need to hold him back for Sunday's season opener in Denver despite a lengthy holdout that didn't end until last week.|||||||
Wallace says he felt "pretty good" in his first full practice since reporting to the team last Tuesday. The Pro Bowl player insists the Steelers don't need to "limit" him as he get up to speed on new offensive coordinator Todd Haley's playbook. Wallace says the coaching staff gave him "a lot to look at" on Monday but is encouraged by his progress.