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Adam Schefter of ESPN reported Wednesday on NFL Live that Pittsburgh Steelers restricted free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace has no plans to sign his one-year, $2.742 million tender. Schefter added that Wallace plans to sit out all of the Steelers offseason workouts until the two sides reach a long-term contract agreement.
The restricted free agent deadline of April 20 is now 9 days away and while this report has not been confirmed by Wallace or anyone with the Steelers, it is plausible. As plausible as it might seem, it is not a good idea for Wallace to try to strong arm the Steelers front Read more [...]
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This whole Mike Wallace contract thing is getting a little bit ridiculous now. A month ago when Wallace came out and said he wanted Larry Fitzgerald money, I was convinced it was because he was trying to cut off teams that might be interested by giving them insane demands – he’s not worth Fitz cash yet so if there was a team dumb enough to offer it to him, why wouldn’t he...
Adam Schefter reported on NFL Live this afternoon that Mike Wallace will not be signing his RFA Tender. Wallace will skip all of the offseason programs. He plans to hold out until he gets a long term deal. That is the only deal he plans on signing.
Wallace had reported interest in getting a Larry Fitzgerald type deal. Many thought that it was to see if he could get more then...
It seems that the Steelers Mike Wallace is doing everything in his power to force the media and the blogging nation to continue writing about him this offseason. While I would imagine that isn’t his primary intent, it’s an indirect result of the media circus surrounding him and his contract status going forward. Don’t get me wrong, we here at Steeler Addicts will always report...
Wide receiver Mike Wallace reportedly refuses to sign his one-year tender of $2.7M with the Pittsburgh Steelers, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Wallace wont be able to participate in OTAs if he doesnt sign the tender, and could ultimately end up being a holdout in Training Camp, as he covets a lucrative long-term deal. It is still too early to consider red flagging...
Oh how news can spread like wildfire. Even worse when it’s the wrong news. Mike Wallace, longtime correspondent for the popular television show 60 Minutes, died Saturday at age 93. However, a handful of football fans on Twitter thought that it was the Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Mike Wallace who died, and they sounded off on Twitter before realizing their mistake:
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, free agent defensive tackle Aubreyo Franklin is visiting the Seattle Seahawks today.
Franklin played with the New Orleans Saints in 2011, but diddn’t seem to have the same effect he did with the 49ers the previous four seasons.
The 31 year-old Franklin will now look to pro-long his NFL career elsewhere, and that could end up being Seattle...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III is in Washington today, meeting with the Redskins for a pre-draft visit.
Girffin isn’t allowed to work out for the Redskins, but visiting them will give him an oppurtunity to check out their team facility and for the Redskins to get to know him more on a personal level before the draft.
We know Griffin...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the New Orleans Saints and quarterback Drew Brees haven’t held any recent contract discussions, which will obviously keep him from joining his teammate for next week’s offseason work outs.
The offseason work outs are “voluntary,” so Brees is really not holding out from anything. The real test will be whether or not he shows up for mini...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Cincinnati Bengals have agreed to terms on a one-year deal with free agent cornerback Terence Newman.
The acquisition of Newman will give the Bengals some depth at the cornerback position, which is vital in the modern-day NFL.
Even at the age of 33, Newman was able to record 4 interceptions in 2011.
According to a Tweet from Adam Schefter, the Patriots have re-signed Center Dan Koppen: Tom Brady will be happy: Patriots are re-signing center Dan Koppen, per league source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 13, 2012 Koppen missed last season with a fractured ankle that he suffered Week 1 against Miami. Koppen is a former pro [...]
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the New England Patriots are re-signing center Dan Koppen.
Albert Breer of the NFL Network has confirmed that Koppen and the Patriots have agreed to a two-year deal.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will be very happy to know Koppen will be back, since he’s one of his best friends on the team.
The print news/magazine industry is in poor shape, and it's a dying industry. That's why I, along with nearly everyone else with a computer and an internet connection, was shocked when the NFL introduced its official print magazine late last year, and it comes as no surprise that the magazine is making a quiet exit.
The failure of an NFL run venture is in and of itself surprising...