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The Miami Dolphins held a press conference this morning and welcomed back Chris Clemons, while also introducing Mike Wallace to the South Florida media. We’ll focus on Mike Wallace’s comments, because honestly, Chris Clemons was on the team last year and didn’t have anything too exciting to say. Before we get to that, the below infographic was posted on Dolphins.com and shows how the Dolphins new #1 receiver stacks up against other receivers in the NFL.
Photo Courtesy of Dolphins.com
Here are some quotes from Wallace’s presser courtesy of @OmarKelly :
“We have a good enough quarterback, two of them actually.A lot of [teams] can’t say that”
“Guy has a lot of upside, i know that for sure, like him over a lot of guys in the league,”" (cont’d on page 2, click here)
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The Miami Dolphins and wide receiver Mike Wallace have agreed to a five-year contract according to multiple reports.
The Dolphins, who were in need of an upgrade at receiver, were seen as the most likely landing spot for Wallace entering free agency.
He's the speedy, downfield threat the Dolphins have been seeking.
Wallace, 26, had 64 catches for 836 yards and eight touchdowns...
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The Miami Dolphins landed former Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace, one of the big veteran prizes available here in 2013. It's always bad to overpay for WRs. But in terms of statistical need, Wallace to Miami makes perfect sense.
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Well it didn’t take long for the Miami Dolphins and free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace to make their agreement official as according to Jeff Darlington, the much rumored deal is now complete and the speedy pass-catcher will be taking a physical and signing his contract soon:
Mike Wallace is indeed on the verge of becoming a Miami Dolphin, I’m told. He’s taking a physical...
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