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 the entire offense under new coordinator Todd Haley -- would've increased the pressure on the Steelers to cave and give the 26-year-old Pro Bowler a long-term deal.
But in the end, the Steelers called Wallace's bluff and now he's left with a one-year tender and less than two weeks to catch up on what he's missed.
Haley's offense is dramatically different from what the Steelers ran during Wallace's first three seasons in the league. Pittsburgh might not go deep as often as they did in the past, which means Wallace is probably going to have to refine his route-running skills and l...