Found February 23, 2012 on Pro Football Talk:
Steelers G.M. Kevin Colbert threw cold water Thursday on the notion that wide receiver Mike Wallace will be going anywhere this offseason. “We’re going to do everything we can to make sure Mike Wallace remains a Pittsburgh Steeler. And I think that’s Mike’s hope as well. Usually when you have two parties that share the…

Wallace talks about leaving Pittsburgh

The salary cap strapped Steelers may not be able to keep their top WR this offseason, and it sounds like Wallace is OK with moving on from Pittsburgh as well. 

Steelers GM Says They Are Going To Do Everything They Can To Keep Mike Wallace

Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert addressed the media today at the 2012 NFL combine and of course he was asked about restricted free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace. Colbert said the Steelers were going to do everything that they can do to keep Wallace with the Steelers. He told the media today that Wallace has the same goal as the Steelers do, and that is to get...

Mike Wallace Could Leave Pittsburgh?

The Steelers are reportedly willing to let stud receiver Mike Wallace hit the free agent market, according to Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Fantasy Spin: The Steelers are expected to place a first-round restricted tender on Wallace, and will then see what happens regarding what other teams are willing to pay for him. If Wallace does end up leaving Pittsburgh, then...

The Terrible Podcast – Talking Omar Khan, Mike Wallace & Mark Kaboly Interview Episode

Season 2, Episode 80 of The Terrible Podcast is up and David Todd is working on his birthday. Happy birthday, David. We get right back into the hot topics that include the Pittsburgh Steelers salary cap problems coming right into line after the restructuring on Thursday of the contract of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. I give you the up to date numbers of where the Steelers sit...

Steelers talking with Wallace’s agent about an extension

Now that the Todd Haley & Ben Roethlisberger soap opera can finally take a back seat to the real news; issues such as how to handle Mike Wallace are now firmly at the forefront.  In an interview on SiriusXM today (as reported by the Pittsburgh Trib), Wallace spoke about how things are going so far this off season and his thoughts on remaining in Pittsburgh: “(Pittsburgh is...

Hampton, Batch, and Leftwich could all be back in 2012 says Colbert

More news out of the media day at the 2012 NFL combine as Steelers GM Kevin Colbert talked extensively about  the personnel moves the team is faced with. In addition to talking about how they intend to do everything they can to keep Mike Wallace, and that the status of Hines Ward hasn’t changed, he [...]

First-Round Compensation Would Be Worth Steelers Wide Receiver Mike Wallace

We're not one to blindly dispute what others say. If there's a website out there that we routinely disagree with (and there's plenty), we merely read the post or ignore it all together. It's not our place to say when someone's wrong about something because the beauty of one's opinion rarely requires absolute solution. It's an opinion and whether you agree...

Could Mike Wallace Become A Bengal?

How does Mike Wallace opposite of A.J. Green sound? It sounds like a lot of worried defensive backs to me. ESPN''s Adam Schefter is reporting that Mike Wallace, who is a restricted free agent, may be pursued by the Bengals. In order to obtain Wallace, the Bengals would have to sign him and an offer sheet and hope that Pittsburgh declines to match it. The Bengals would also...
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