Found November 28, 2012 on Sports-Glory:
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Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace caught only one pass last week against the Cleveland Browns on the final play of the game for 9 yards. He has just eight receptions for 49 yards in the last three games. Coach Mike Tomlin has listed Wallace as a "co-starter" with Emmanuel Sanders and says "situations" will determine if Wallace gets the start this week against the Baltimore Ravens. Click Link Below to Read more!
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