The Dolphins also are talking to Rams receiver Brandon Gibson as a Plan B in the event Wallace becomes someone else’s plan A.
And that’s a wise move. Over the past few years, the Dolphins have become the team that helps set the price for the deal that eventually gets done, both for coaches and for players. This time, however, it won’t be a surprise if the Dolphins find a way to get the man they have been coveting — especially with a stadium renovation referendum looming.
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