DAVIE, Fla. -- It's got as much a chance of happening as no-nonsense Joe Philbin performing a vaudeville skit.
But at least it's fun that Mike Wallace is still talking about having a 2,000-yard receiving season.
In 2011, when the wideout was with the Pittsburgh Steelers, he told the Beaver County Times about the upcoming season, "I have big goals. I plan to get 2,000 yards."
Wallace at least was coming off a year in which he had gained 1,257 yards. He then didn't come close to his goal, although he had a quite respectable 1,193 yards.
Now, Wallace is coming of an 836-yard season and is with a new team. But he's still talking about reaching the double-century mark.
"Yeah, I still feel that way," Wallace told FOX Sports Florida about getting there in his first season with the Miami Dolphins, who signed him to a five-year, 60 million deal last spring. "I believe in my abilities. If I get enough opportunities, I think I can make 2,000 happen. I'm striving for greatness."
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