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As fans and media waited for Mike Wallace to return to the organization (He is expected Tuesday), Monday was also the day that NFL teams were required to reduce their rosters to 75 players. The Pittsburgh Steelers followed suit by releasing 15 players prior to the leagues deadline.Of the players released only two come as a mild surprise at this point in camp linebacker Mortty Ivy (waived/injured) and recently signed tight end Justin Peelle. If Ivy clears waivers, it is possible that he could return to the team on the season ending injured reserve list.
The other players released were wide receivers Paul Cox, Jimmy Young and Juamorris Stewart, defensive tackles Mike Blanc and Kade Weston, cornerbacks Walter McFaddon and Andre Freeman, Linebacker Ryan Baker, Kicker Daniel Hrapmann, Offensive lineman Kyle Jolly, Long snapper Matt Katula, Tight end Jamie McCoy and Safety Myron Rolle.
The Steelers made another roster move when they claimed running back DuJuan Harris off waivers from the...
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Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace is now in house and has signed his one-year, $2.74 million restricted tender. With that course of action now over, negotiations can now reopen and the two sides can continue to try to get a long term-deal hammered out prior to the season opener a week from this coming Sunday in Denver.
As I have pointed out several times this offseason...
He's finally arrived. Several members of the Pittsburgh media are reporting that Pittsburgh Steelers restricted free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace has arrived Tuesday morning at the teams practice facility.
Wallace is expected to sign his one-year, $2.74 million restricted tender today, but likely will not be allowed to practice with the team until after the Thursday night...
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace met the media on Tuesday for the first time since signing his one-year, $2.74 million restricted tender and he was asked about the possibilities of him signing a new long-term deal prior to the start of the season.
"I'm not really worried about a contract, Wallace said. "I'm just really here to play football. I&...
Despite Pittsburgh Steelers restricted free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace not being spotted by the media this morning at the Steelers facilities, Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports now via Twitter that cornerback Keenan Lewis said that his teammate and childhood friend will show up on Monday.
The Pittsburgh Steelers undoubtedly receive a nice boost on offense with speedster Mike Wallace returning after a lengthy holdout, but there's still some concern that Wallace will take some time to readjust.
Ultimately, Wallace's holdout was poorly timed. He and his agent might have figured that the circumstances in Pittsburgh -- you know, the fact that they've revamped...
Pittsburgh wide receiver Mike Wallace will reportedly end his holdout and return to the Steelers on Tuesday. As reported by Michael David Smith of profootballtalk.com, Wallace will play the 2012 season under his one-year tender of $2.7 million, and will be able to test the free agent market next season.
Wallace, a fourth-year player from the University of Mississippi, has averaged...
It took a little longer than expected, but Mike Wallace finally reported to Steelers headquarters.
On Tuesday, the Pro Bowl receiver signed his one-year, $2.7 million tender following months of failed negotiations and the extension of fellow wideout Antonio Brown.
Although pressed for time with the regular season around the corner, Wallace claims he's "ready to roll...
According to Mark Kaboly of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace is expected to end his hold out and show up on Tuesday.
Settle down people. Wallace coming tomorrow now. Doesn’t matter because he won’t be allowed to practice until Monday anyways
— Mark Kaboly (@MarkKaboly_Trib) August 27, 2012
Wallace will have just under two weeks to get...
With less than two weeks before the start of the regular season, Pro Bowl wide receiver Mike Wallace reported to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Wallace was at the team facility Tuesday morning. A restricted free agent, he had yet to sign his one-year contract tender worth approximately $2.7 million.
He also will undergo routine medical exams, but will not practice with his teammates...
Ending his long holdout, Mike Wallace reported to the Steelers today and signed his 2.747 million dollar restricted free agent tender. The Steelers refusal to move Wallace in a trade has paid off as Wallace will be a big contributor for a team built to win now. His long term future with the team remains murky as they would appear to lack the cap space needed to give Wallace the type...
Mike Wallace signed his tender and reported to the Steelers – Wallace will have to hurry to play catch up from both a physical and mental standpoint, as it’s unlikely he’s in game condition after missing so much practice time. The real concern for the speedster though is the mental side of things with a new offense under Todd Haley having been installed between minicamps, OTA’s...
WPXI’s Bill Phillips was today’s big winner as he was the first person on the planet to CONFIRM that Mike Wallace ended his holdout and showed up to the Steelers’ headquarters this morning to sign his 1-year/$2.7 million tender.
Here’s what we know about #WallaceWatch per the Steelers beat guys that were on the scene. He used the back door, he likes LeBron James, James...
Obviously, 2012 is a year of change for the Pittsburgh Steelers. A new offensive coordinator, a revamped offensive line, Mike Wallace holding out and the loss of several veteran leaders. Stabilization is usually a word that is synonymous with the Steelers. Most families buy houses more often than the Steelers make a change to their head [...]