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'Writing Is on the Wall', Mike Wallace Won't Be on Miami Dolphins Roster in 2015

Mike Wallace's future in Miami may be headed toward an early end. Why might Wallace be on his way out? Is this the right move by Miami? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald discuss Wallace's cloudy future in Miami. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

Dolphins drop Brandon Gibson

Mike Wallace is running out of veteran company in the Dolphins wide receiver corps. Brian Hartline was sent packing on Friday morning and the Dolphins said farewell to another receiver in the afternoon when they announced the release of Brandon Gibson. Gibson was due to make $3.26 million with a cap hit of $4.3 million…

Mike Wallace not willing to take a pay cut

The Dolphins have paid receiver Mike Wallace $27 million since signing him nearly two years ago.  Due to make $9.85 million in 2015, Wallace reportedly isn’t willing to take a penny less. Via Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun Sentinel, Wallace won’t restructure the contract. It’s unclear whether that means he won’t take less money…

Dolphins to release Brian Hartline

At a time when it’s still unclear what the Dolphins will do with receiver Mike Wallace, it’s very clear what they’ll do with receiver Brian Hartline. They’ll cut him. According to agent Drew Rosenhaus, the Dolphins have said Hartline will be released on Friday. Hartline was due to earn a base salary of $5.9 million…

Report: Mike Wallace not interested in restructuring contract with Dolphins

After 32 games, 140 receptions, 1,792 yards and 15 touchdowns, the Dolphins are trying to trade Wallace, who is set to make $9.9 million in 2015.

Ravens owner: Mike Wallace a cautionary tale for Torrey Smith

The two players were very similar through the first four years of their respective careers.

Is Torrey Smith Really Just Another Mike Wallace?

The NFL offseason flows with a series of comparisons. Attempting to predict what could happen is easier and more convenient when a connection is made to what’s already happened. At the combine, we’re repeatedly told that really great Prospect X plays like Established Superstar Y, a process that continues throughout draft season. Show More Summary

Miami Dolphins Must Address Mike Wallace Issue Prior to Start of Offseason

There's a lot of work for the Miami Dolphins to do this offseason, but before that work can start, the Dolphins have to figure out what to do about a certain situation. That situation's name is Mike Wallace, who's due $12.1 million if...Show More Summary

Dennis Hickey on Mike Wallace: We were all frustrated at the end of the season

Dolphins General Manager Dennis Hickey didn’t delve too deeply into specifics during a Wednesday meeting with the media at the NFL scouting combine, but he did confirm that he recently met with wide receiver Mike Wallace. Hickey said he had a “good conversation” with Wallace, who ended the regular season on the bench after a…

Thursday morning one-liners

The Bills, as they should are weighing all the QB options. The Dolphins are keeping an open line of communication with WR Mike Wallace. The Patriots have a Florida State pipeline. Rex Ryan isn’t talking about the Jets any more. Ravens coach John Harbaugh angrily said he had nothing to do with #DeflateGate. The Bengals have…

Dolphins GM Dennis Hickey has 'good conversation' with Mike Wallace

With a $9.9 million cap number next season and frustrations about his role last season, Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace 's future with the team is murky, with a trade being one potential option. Speaking Wednesday at the NFL...Show More Summary

PFT Live: For Dolphins, they just need to stay the course

With big decisions coming up on Mike Wallace, Cortland Finnegan, Jared Odrick and Ryan Tannehill, the largest phase of the Dolphins’ to-do list is to stay the course regarding the direction of the franchise.

Breaking Down the Miami Dolphins' Options with Mike Wallace

When the Miami Dolphins went on their free-agent shopping spree in 2013, they did a fantastic job of arranging the contracts in such a way that they had the flexibility to spend more in 2014 and to move on from the 2013 free-agent class...Show More Summary

Potential trade partners for Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace

The Miami Dolphins have a big decision this offseason with No. 1 receiver Mike Wallace. He is due $9.9 million this season, which includes $3 million guaranteed in March, yet the offense and quarterback do not suit his strengths. Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey reportedly met with Wallace recently to discuss their options. Show More Summary

Should the Dolphins trade Mike Wallace?

One of the biggest decisions the Miami Dolphins must make this offseason involves No. 1 receiver and dynamic deep threat Mike Wallace. Miami is scheduled to pay Wallace $9.9 million in 2015, which is the highest salary on the team, but...Show More Summary

Monday morning one-liners

In support of G Richie Incognito’s return to the NFL with the Bills. WR Mike Wallace’s future with the Dolphins remains a popular topic. Recognizing Patriots DT Vince Wilfork is more difficult than you might guess for one person wearing Wilfork’s jersey. WR Percy Harvin’s future with the Jets is something to watch as the…

Mike Wallace: Latest News, Rumors and Speculation on WR's Future with Dolphins

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace recently met with general manager Dennis Hickey to discuss his future with the team after a disappointing 2014 season. It remains uncertain how he factors into the team's plans heading into 2015. Show More Summary

Report: Mike Wallace recently met with Dennis Hickey

One of the things the Dolphins have to do this offseason is figure out whether they want to hold onto wide receiver Mike Wallace after a 2014 season that saw continued misconnections with quarterback Ryan Tannehill and ended with him on the bench following a blowup with coaches in the regular season finale. From owner…

Walker's Fab 40 finale: Nos. 1-4

We're concluding our series ranking the Miami Dolphins' top 40 players this season. Finally, we have Miami's best four players. No. 4: Mike Wallace Position: Wide receiver 2014 stats: 67 receptions, 862 yards, 10 touchdowns Analysis: It's difficult to appreciate how dynamic Wallace is in Miami. Show More Summary

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