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Mike Wallace, the biggest deep threat in football today has dug his heels in the sand and has told sources within the Steelers camp that he won’t sign his first-round tender “until he has to.” Posturing aside, Mike Wallace and those that are advising him might want to get together and have a little pow-wow.
Wallace’s entire game up until now has circled around his speed, his speed and well his speed. The Steelers have Antonio Brown on the roster for the serious route running.
New OC Todd Haley has not historically been inclined to chuck the ball deep with any kind of admirable frequency. He’s also a fire breathing play caller that most likely already has Wallace on the wrong side of his temperament.
Wallace like Randy Moss before him is far from a one-trick pony but that is his primary connection to the team and most importantly QB Ben Roethlisberger.
Holding out right now during the conditioning part of the voluntary program is not that serious. Wallace can work out anywhere.
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Mike Wallace, the biggest deep threat in football today has dug his heels in the sand and has told sources within the Steelers camp that he won’t sign his first-round tender “until he has to.”
Posturing aside, Mike Wallace and those that are advising him might want to get together and have a little pow-wow.
Wallace’s entire game up until now has circled around his speed...
It looks like Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace will be staying in the Steel City for the 2012 season, unless he ends up getting traded, which is highly unlikely.
As of Friday at 4pm, the restricted free agent period ended, which means teams around the league no longer have the opportunity to sign him as a restricted free agent.
Since Wallace hasn’t signed his tender...
A report coming out of ESPN has Mike Wallace planning to hold out. This is not really new. We already knew that Wallace was refusing to sign his tender. Wallace is not expected to sing his RFA tender “until he has to.” Wallace has the potential to hold out until week 10 of the regular season. If he signs his tender at any time before then he will still be eligible...
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace's goal of being one of the highest paid at his position took a hit when he did not receive an offer sheet from any team by Friday's deadline.
Wallace, a restricted free agent, has lobbied for a contract in the neighborhood of the eight-year, $120 million pact signed by Arizona Cardinals stud Larry Fitzgerald.
The Steelers opted...
One of the biggest questions heading into the NFL Free Agency period this offseason was what would happen between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Mike Wallace, even though we have our answer and know he won’t be going anywhere this season, there are still plenty of questions that remain, here is a quick review of the situation:
First, the Steelers tendered Wallace as a restricted...
After the Friday's deadline came and went without Mike Wallace getting an offer from any other NFL team, Wallace is reportedly ready to sit out the Steelers offseason drills and at least the start of training camp, according to ESPN.A Source -- from within the Steelers -- is saying that he doesn't plan on signing his first-round tender "until he has too". This...
ESPN reported today, unsurprisingly, that the Steelers received no offers for restricted free agent Mike Wallace. Steelers fans can now breathe a sigh of relief as Wallace will be staying with the team for the low cost of $2.7 million.
Many believed early on that the Steelers would choose to franchise Wallace, locking him in to a one year contract at $9.5 million, but the Steelers...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace is ready to sit out OTA’s and part of training camp. He reportedly told someone within the organization that he doesn’t plan on signing his restricted free agent tender ”until he has to.”
Wallace desires a long-term contract that will pay him like one of the NFL’s premiere receivers,...
Will Pittsburgh Steelers WR Mike Wallace pull a Vincent Jackson this season and sit out? Wallace, a restricted free agent, received no interest from other teams this season. Any team which signed the speedy receiver would have had to surrender a first-round draft selection this year. Wallace has made no bones about the fact that he wants a Larry Fitzgerald-type contract.
Pittsburgh Steelers General Manager Kevin Colbert and head coach Mike Tomlin met the media on Monday for their annual pre draft press conference to talk about the upcoming draft. Below is the audio from the press conference and I will be filling in the key talking points from today, albeit not too many.
The situation with restricted free agent Mike Wallace was addressed and both...
The wisest football man in Pittsburgh took some time to talk to SCI.net publisher Jim Wexell about Mike Wallace, the draft, and the 2012 Pittsburgh Steelers.