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Pittsburgh Steelers’ Wide Receiver Mike Wallace is heading toward free agency in 2013, and into the welcoming arms of some desperate wide receiver needy team. Now don’t get me wrong, Dwayne Bowe will be another name teams will be going after, but Wallace would be the best option for any team looking for a receiver. One of the big benefits to signing Mike Wallace in the off-season is his speed. As anyone who has played the Pittsburgh Steelers can tell you, or any Corner who has tried to keep up with Mike Wallace would tell you, you just can’t slow him down. For his career, Wallace has 3,934 total receiving yards and 32 touchdowns.… Read more
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