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Wallace: Tannehill's arm better than Ben's?
(5/16/13) New Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace told the Miami Herald that his new quarterback's arm is as strong, if not stronger, than his old quarterback's arm. In a quick comparison of both passers Wallace noted both are former receivers and both developed chemistry with him early on. "Both have strong arms," Wallace said. "Ryan has a cannon, can really fling it. ... [He] may be able to throw the ball a little farther than Ben. Obviously, Ben is more experienced in game-time experience. The way it's going, it won't take long for Ryan to be one of the great quarterbacks. I feel like we can make a lot of big plays."
 
 
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