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Wallace says he could provide spark on special teams

BY EDITORThe Miami Dolphins are looking for a little more from wide receiver Mike Wallace this season--specifically in the pass-catching department.But the veteran wideout is willing and able to stretch himself beyond the offensive depth chart if the team needs him to.“I don’t want to run down on kickoff team," Wallace said recently, via The Miami Herald. "But if I...
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Miami Dolphins’ Mike Wallace named 26th best fantasy WR, Hartline is 43rd

With training camps underway, the NFL season is right around the corner. And that can only mean one thing: Fantasy football drafts are about to start happening. In order to get a jump on the competition, it’s never to early to start putting together a draft board. To help the cause, cover32 will be ranking each position, with updates from now until the start of the regular season...
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Mike Wallace looking forward to being bigger part of Miami Dolphins offense

Midway through the offseason when reports of his possible trade were making the Internet rounds, Mike Wallace got not one but multiple phone calls from general manager Dennis Hickey on the subject. “He called and talked to me about it and told me it was never true,” Wallace said Saturday. “And obviously it was not because I’m here today.” Nothing could have been further...
Via Pro Sports Daily
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Mike Wallace ready to show progress from disappointing first season with Dolphins

DAVIE, Fla. -- The second day of Dolphins training camp began with a sight that fans in Miami had become all too accustomed to seeing last season: Ryan Tannehill throwing a ball just out of the reach of receiver Mike Wallace. Unlike last season, however, Wallace showed no signs frustration as he calmly jogged back down field to rejoin to his teammates. And though this passive attitude...
Via Fox Sports Florida
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Dolphins training camp underway with some surprises

The past couple of days have seen the Dolphins run drills, reporters do I told you so commentary about Tannehill to Wallace, and finally the defensive line’s ownership of the offensive line. Based on observations the past couple of days, Cam Wake can still play at a high level. Wake, who takes impeccable care or his body has the physique to prove it. Damien Williams, is starting...
Via Phins Phocus
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Will Mike Wallace breakout this year ?

With training-camp opening up on Friday and a degree of optimism that will surely fade, I want to take a look at a player who I hope (I dare not say think, at the chance of being called overly optimistic) shocks the league this year. Mike Wallace.   Wallace signed a five-year, $60 million deal last offseason, but an optimistic fan base was quickly shot back down to earth because...
Via cover32 - Dolphins
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Dolphins WR Mike Wallace wants to return kicks in 2014

Mike Wallace's first season with the Dolphins didn't go as expected. After signing a five-year, $60 million deal last offseason, the wide receiver with speed to burn had just 73 receptions for 930 yards with career lows in yards per catch (12.7) and touchdowns (5). And according to Football Outsiders, Wallace ranked 77th in total value among all wideouts. In the months after...
Via Pro Sports Daily
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Mike Wallace: I might return kicks

Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace says we might see him returning kickoffs this coming season. “I might get back there for kickoff returns,” Wallace revealed. “I just want to be on the field making an impact for my team. I’ve always wanted to return kicks ever since I’ve been in the NFL. “My coaches in Pittsburgh let me do it in the preseason but they didn’t want to chance...
Via Pro Football Zone
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Dolphins: Mike Wallace Wants to Return Kicks

The Miami Dolphins paid Mike Wallace like an elite receiver last summer, but failed to get the most out of the 27-year-old receiver. Wallace ended the season with 73 catches for 930 yards and 5 touchdowns, which aren’t bad numbers, but the 5 touchdowns were the fewest of his career. Heading into the 2014 season, the Dolphins have made it a priority to use Wallace more effectively...
Via Standing O Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Offseason notes: Mike Wallace to take advantage of new offensive scheme?

There are no two ways to look at it: Mike Wallace disappointed the Miami Dolphins last season, who invested significant free agent dollars in his services. Overall, his numbers were underwhelming – 73/930/5 for 12.7 YPR and 58.1 YPG averages respectively. The 73 catches were actually the highest of his five year career, but the yards per reception number and the five scores were...
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25 days ago  |  Discuss
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