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The Pittsburgh Steelers second OTA session of the 2012 season started on Tuesday and once again restricted free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace remains unsigned and away from the team. Cornerback Ike Taylor was with Wallace this past weekend out in Las Vegas and passed along word during his weekly show on Trib Live Radio Tuesday that Wallace wants to be with his teammates in Pittsburgh right now and is frustrated that he can't be. Taylor told host John Harris Tuesday during the Ike Taylor Show, "Mike feels like he outperformed his last contract. But he’s dealing with a monster, and that’s Read more [...]
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