Mike Wallace sprung from his stance, wiggled once and accelerated past an outclassed defensive back with the ease of a Saturday morning cartoon character going ''beep-beep.''
That wasn't the only time Wallace sped into the clear during the first two days of Miami Dolphins training camp. He has started fast with his new team.
Yes, there have been miscommunications with quarterback Ryan Tannehill, incompletions and even a dropped pass or two. But it's evident Wallace can really run.
''A rare breed,'' fellow receiver Brian Hartline said Monday.
''You saw it on the first play,'' cornerback Richard Marshall said. ''He made a double move and was gone.''
''He's a pretty elite talent,'' Tannehill said. ''He has a speed that not many guys have, especially in football.''
Wallace cashed in last March, when the Dolphins made him their highest-paid player by signing him to a $60 million, five-year free agent contract. Coach Joe Philbin is counting on Wallace to provide the deep threat long...