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The Pittsburgh Steelers know hard working players and almost always find a way to keep them. The Steelers never felt WR Mike Wallace was a total ‘team’ player and paid WR Antonio Brown the money Wallace felt was owed to him. Fast forward to 2013 and Miami, where Wallace has underperformed during the offseason and now off to a slow start in training camp. According to Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Wallace’s slow start begins with poor practice habits. Kelly Writes: ‘I've noticed two things about Wallace so far. He drops his share of passes in practice, and he doesn't always run full speed. For whatever reason he's rarely in gear five, and the reason I know this is because when he makes a cut its usually effortless. The fact he isn't at full speed keeps a cornerback from going into gear five, and as a result Brent Grimes, the deflection king, usually makes pretty good breaks on his balls. Wallace and Tannehill need to work on their chemistry. ...
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