Found July 30, 2012 on Football Nation:
Football Nation presents the seventh episode of “Monday Morning Huddle”. In this week’s show, host, Dave Holcomb debates the three different player holdouts, Wide Receiver Mike Wallace, Running Back Maurice Jones-Drew and rookie Quarterback Ryan Tannehill, the health of wide out Andre Johnson, and whether or not Tampa Bay should keep Running Back LeGarrette Blount. This episode features the ‘Fourth and Long’ segment. This Weeks’ Recommended Work -          Pittsburgh Steelers: Mike Wallace Hurting Himself with Holdout by David Holcomb -          Pittsburgh Steelers Wide Receiver Gets a New Contract: It’s Antonio Brown Not Mike Wallace     by Shawn Maher -          Jacksonville Jaguars Place Maurice Jones-Drew On Reserve List -          The Year of the Running Back Holdout: Maurice Jones-Drew by David Holcomb -          Miami Dolphins Sign 1st-Round Pick Ryan Tannehill -          Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Trade or Release LaGarrette Blount by

Dolphins to inquire about Mike Wallace?

Getty Images Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald believes the Dolphins “will at least make the call” to the Pittsburgh Steelers to inquire about wide receiver Mike Wallace, even though general manager Kevin Colbert has stated that he’s not available for trade. I think it would make sense for the Dolphins to check into Wallace, since they clearly don’t have a number one receiver...

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Brown signing could signal the end for Mike Wallace in Pittsburgh

Yesterday, it was reported that the Steelers had signed Antonio Brown to a five year, $42.5 million extension. The extension is a mixed bag of tricks for Steelers fans. It means they'll retain Brown's services beyond this season, but it also leaves little room for negotiations with Mike Wallace. Mike Wallace is set to make $2.7 million via his restricted free agent tender...

Steelers’ Mike Wallace not available for trade?

After Antonio Brown signed an extension yesterday and the Steelers said they would no longer be discussing an extension with Mike Wallace, speculation picked up quickly that Wallace would be traded. According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, GM Kevin Colbert is denying that Wallace is available for trade. That may be true, but it may also be the Steelers trying to drum up a false report so...

The five people responsible for the Jacksonville Jaguars miserable off-season.

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