Dolphins Open Free Agency by Landing Their Man

Dolphins Open Free Agency by Landing Their Man

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.

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