Mike Wallace, as expected, is reportedly headed to the Miami Dolphins. The speedy Steelers receiver out of the University of Mississippi hauled in 64 receptions for 836 yards and 8 touchdowns last season, the second straight season he has led Pittsburgh in touchdown receptions.
Drafted in 2009, Wallace is reportedly negotiating a five-year deal with Miami. However, the Dolphins could also be looking to add Tennessee Titans tight end Jared Cook.
Wallace, a former third round pick, is considered the marquee free agent this offseason. The deal is reportedly worth $65 million, and Wallace fills a major need for the Dolphins who have been looking to add weapons to surround second-year quarterback Ryan Tannehill, last year's first round pick.