Miami needs to give Mike Wallace the boot. And he isn't alone. The Dolphins need to clean out their WR-core.
After Tuesday’s training camp, wide receive Mike Wallace spoke to the media about how he feels about the offense so far. (On how he thinks his talent fit into the offense) “I think it fits me well. I feel
In his second NFL season, Ryan Tannehill took a big step forward and showed positive growth that should set the stage for his continued development as the Dolphins’ quarterback. Much of that progress can be credited to wide receiver
This list highlights the players in the NFL who get paid a little too much for what they do. Whether they are a big name in the game, or not, some players swim in money that they don’t always
What should pretty much be your go-to for anything football-related, Pro Football Focus recently provided an insightful breakdown of the Miami Dolphins’ current depth chart. Of the 57 players listed, over 35 percent are considered “good starters” by PFF’s
A change in offensive coordinators may have contributed to a drop in production for Mike Wallace a season after he made the Pro Bowl. But the former Steelers wide receiver said he has no hard feelings toward Todd Haley
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It’s been an interesting week for Miami Dolphins top receiver Mike Wallace. Just seven days ago, Wallace was not happy after getting just one reception for 15 yards in a win over Cleveland. He created national headlines, but Wallace
Mike Wallace, the Miami Dolphins’ $60 million wide receiver, was unhappy after Sunday’s season-opening victory over the Cleveland Browns, according to a newspaper report. Wallace had one reception for 15 yards in his Miami debut, a 23-10 victory. He
Miami GM Jeff Ireland has his critics, but give him credit for having a plan and being aggressive to execute it.