Found March 17, 2012 on Steelers Depot:
By Cian Fahey After the San Francisco 49ers took a flier on Randy Moss early on in free agency, and now the New England Patriots now signing Brandon Lloyd, the Pittsburgh Steelers are all but certain to retain Mike Wallace for the coming season at his lowest RFA salary. Now the focus for the Steelers shifts from the immediate future, to locking Wallace up for the long-term. Many fans will be worried about the 'new market for receivers' after the deals for Vincent Jackson and Pierre Garcon inflated the market. It is completely possible that those deals will affect Mike Wallace's mind towards Read more [...]

Mike Wallace To Denver Broncos Talk Will Now Dominate Free Agency

Quarterback Peyton Manning has now handed out his free agent bachelor rose to the Denver Broncos, and with the flurry off big named free agency signings now behind us, the full force speculation will now turn back to Pittsburgh Steelers restricted free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace, and if the Broncos will pursue him with a large front loaded offer sheet and their first round...

Why the Jaguars won't sign Mike Wallace

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Mike Wallace

The Steelers have tendered restricted free agent Mike Wallace a sizeable chunk of money with a 2.7 million dollar offer that i hope leads to Mike getting a deal done. The Steelers really need Mike, because he’s got the one thing you can’t coach, speed. You are right when you say that Mike needs to [...]

49ers might consider going after Mike Wallace

According to Peter King of, if the San Francisco 49ers end up losing quarterback Alex Smith in free agency, they would end up saving about $8 million dollars in cap room.  In that case they might decide to go after Pittsburgh Steelers restricted free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace. The 49ers would likely have to pay Wallace around $8 million a season and give up the 30th...

Wallace Expendable To Steelers?

The Pittsburgh Steelers and WR Mike Wallace have had a nice partnership for the past three seasons.  The Steelers took Wallace in the third round (84thoverall pick) of the 2009 NFL Draft, a pick that has proven to be a wise one.   In his rookie season, Wallace led the league with a 19.4 yards-per-catch average.  He totaled 756 yards and 6 TDs on 39 receptions.  The Mississippi...

Alfie Crow with a good point on Mike Wallace

Alfie Crow at BCC pointed out today that a team cannot trade down in the first round and use that new, lower pick to compensate the Steelers for Mike Wallace. Compensation must be with the signing team's highest original first round pick.

Steelers, Wallace and Brown all watching free agency in bloom

With the free agency period now well underway, the run on premier wide receivers seems to be over. The blood spilled however is still running and no one is paying more attention to it than Mike Wallace and the Pittsburgh Steelers. Calvin Johnson of the Detroit Lions received the biggest contract in wide receiver history this week when he signed for $132 million and a record $60 million...

The one free agent the Steelers should be targeting: Jerricho Cotchery

Before we get on to the topic at hand we should note that with the 49ers signing of free agent Mario Manningham, there isn’t much left for the Steelers Mike Wallace.  The hoopla at the start of free agency, with all the suitors that he would have banging down his door at 4pm on March 13th;  is all just an afterthought now. The Steelers appear, for the time being at least, pretty...

Randy Moss is going to court, but not because he’s doing drugs or beating a police officer

Randy Moss made an unexpected push to get back on the field last week. It was shady. The guy was out of football for a year, “retiring” before last season. It didn’t take long. He spent exactly one year away from the sport, and much like those guys who live in the corn in Field of Dreams, he just reappeared. After a couple workouts, he signed a one year deal with the 49ers...

Randy Moss to 49ers: Fantasy Impact

Future Hall of Famer Randy Moss has agreed to a one-year deal with the San Francisco 49ers. This was a surprising move by the 49ers but coach Harbuagh should have the personality to reign in the historically mercurial Moss. This is an excellent signing for the 49ers offense which now has two elite deep threats in Vernon Davis and Randy Moss. We are not sure Alex Smith will be able...

Could Peyton to Moss be next?

The San Francisco 49ers surprised everyone earlier in the week when they signed Randy Moss to a contract to play wide receiver. They now seem to have an even bigger surprise for the league. Reports from Adam Schefter have the 9ers as the third team, along with the Titans and Broncos, fighting for the services of Peyton Manning. The Dolphins were told no, and it seems that the Cardinals...
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