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For weeks now we’ve been talking about Greg Jennings and the Miami Dolphins in the same sentence. Is it possible that could be incorrect, and the Dolphins have eyes for somebody else.
Omar Kelly of the Sun-Sentinel is reporting that the Dolphins may be targeting Steelers unrestricted free agent Mike Wallace to be their new number 1.
Multiple sources tell the Sun-Sentinel Steelers receiverMike Wallace, who won’t be given the franchise tag by the Steelers this offseason, is the team’s top target.
And much like Miami’s pursuit of Jim Harbaugh, Jeff Fisherand Peyton Manning, everyone inside the NFL knows Dolphins owner Steve Ross is a big spender, and expects him to set the bidding market high.
Considering Wallace turned down an offer from Pittsburgh that trumped the five-year, $55.5 million deal Vincent Jackson got from Tampa Bay as an unrestricted free agent last offseason, expect a contract being placed on a table that pays Wallace in the range of $60 million or $12 million a season during unauthorized contract negotiations at this week’s NFL combine.
That’s the question at this point. Is Mike Wallace worth $12 million a season? Wallace has a penchant for drops, being high maintenance, and unreliable in crunch time.
I know two people who will be watching this closely, that’s Percy Harvin and the Vikings GM.
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The free agency signing period is now less than three weeks away and that means Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace is very close to finding out which team, or teams, will be actively pursuing his future services.
Peter King of Sports Illustrated said in his most recent Monday Morning Quarterback article that Wallace is facing an intriguing free-agency period because...
The Steelers have salary cap issues that aren’t going away, and they will lose their top receiver Mike Wallace as well. However, they may be able to land a former 1,000 yard receiver that fits their offense like a glove.
According to Jamison Hensly of ESPN.com, in an attempt to shore up their receiving corps, the Steelers may make a move for freshly released Kansas City receiver...
After the Dolphins traded away Brandon Marshall last offseason for 10 cents on the dollar, they were left with a bunch of No. 3 receivers, but no real No. 1′s. That may change in 2013. The Dolphins’ top free agent target this offseason is Mike Wallace, according to the Miami Sun Sentinal. Wallace could be demanding a contract in the 5-year, $60 million range, according to the...
The main objective for the Miami Dolphins this offseason is to find a new No. 1 receiver to line up opposite Brian Hartline either through the 2013 NFL Draft or 2013 NFL Free Agency.
Albeit this year’s draft class is loaded with depth and talent at wide receiver, the Dolphins—which have $44 million in cap space (currently third most in the NFL)—are expected to strongly pursue...
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Mike Vandermause of the Green Bay Press-Gazette writes that the Packers are unlikely to use their franchise tag on WR Greg Jennings.
This really isn’t all that shocking given that there hasn’t been any indication from the Packers that he’s a part of their long-term plans.
Vandermause adds that Green Bay has made no recent attempts to offer Jennings a new contract and expects...
The St. Louis Rams have several questions surrounding the wide receiver position, as Danny Amendola and Brandon Gibson are both free
agents. However, if they find themselves in need of an additional wide out, the
team isn’t expected to target free agents Greg Jennings or Dwayne Bowe,
according to Don Banks of Sports Illustrated.
If St. Louis does lose Amendola, it doesn'...
This past Monday marked the first calendar day NFL teams could franchise tag their free agents ahead of a long offseason. At the moment only five or six names look to be a guaranteed certainty in terms of their future, while the rest of the pool swims freely in doubt.
Names like Joe Flacco and Jairus Byrd will be linked to beefy contracts in no-time – neither the Ravens or the...
Free agent wide receiver Greg Jennings hasn’t been able to stay healthy recently
Teams are allowed to begin using the franchise tag today, but don’t look for the Packers to employ that mechanism to ensure keeping Greg Jennings around for another season. Here are some reasons why GM Ted Thompson might be reluctant to guarantee the two-time Pro Bowl wide receiver $10 million for...
Here are the best things to come from the podium from NFC North personnel on Thursday. Vikings general manager Rick Spielman perhaps threw a wet towel on speculation that Greg Jennings might land in Minnesota. Bears general manager Rick Emery talks about loose lips sinking ships.
With Greg Jennings likely headed out of Green Bay as a free agent, at least three other Packers wide receivers will be asked this question a lot in the coming weeks and months: Are you a No. 1 wideout?
James Jones, who along with Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb could lay a claim to that spot in one of the NFL's most prolific passing offenses, took his turn answering the question...