Found March 12, 2012 on Football Nation:
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There are many teams that are going to go after Vincent Jackson and Marques Colston. Those teams are the Chicago Bears, Washington Redskins, San Francisco  49ers, New England Patriots and the Cincinnati Bengals. Each of those teams have reported interest in Vincent Jackson and each are looking for an established number-one wide receiver.  Each of those teams need to look long and hard at Mike Wallace. If you are a "production is production" kind of guy, then let me give you some numbers that Mike Wallace has put up that no other receiver right now has been able to do. Not Vincent Jackson, not Marques Colston, and not even Reggie Wayne.  According to Bill Barnwell, "Only two receivers in the past 30 years have gained more receiving yards and scored more touchdowns during their first three years than Wallace, and they make for pretty good company: Randy Moss and Jerry Rice.".  That stat is so impressive that most people will just glance over it and miss it. Rea...
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