|Week 17 (NYJ) - Average||4.0||61.5||1.0||0||0||0||12|
|Week 17 (NYJ) - Dave Richard||4||52||1||0||0||0||11|
|Week 17 (NYJ) - Jamey Eisenberg||4||71||1||0||0||0||13|
|2014 Season - Average||70.0||985.5||5.5||4.0||31.5||0||124|
|2014 Season - Dave Richard||64||927||6||5||38||0||121|
|2014 Season - Jamey Eisenberg||76||1044||5||3||25||0||126|
|Current Player Ranking: 28|
|Red Zone Stats|
|03/03/2015||Torrey Smith, WR BAL|
Terrance Williams, WR DAL
Isaiah Crowell, RB CLE
|Mike Wallace, WR MIA|
Trent Richardson, RB IND
|02/28/2015||LeGarrette Blount, RB NE|
Mike Wallace, WR MIA
Terrance West, RB CLE
|Vincent Jackson, WR TB|
Justin Hunter, WR TEN
Ronnie Hillman, RB DEN
|02/22/2015||Geno Smith, QB NYJ||Mike Wallace, WR MIA|
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Mike Wallace's father: 'He thinks he's going to stay' with Dolphins
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
|(10:12 am ET) Burnell Wallace, the father of Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace, told Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald that although the uncertainty has been "tough" for his son, he expects him back in Miami next season.
"Right now, he's been talking to them," Burnell Wallace said. "He thinks he's going to stay there. He doesn't have a problem staying. [But] they really don't know. I really can't give you a definitive answer."
Wallace, who signed a five-year, $60 million contract with the Dolphins prior to the 2013 regular season, was the third highest-paid receiver in the league in 2014 behind only Percy Harvin and Calvin Johnson. He is owed a $3 million roster bonus on March 14.
Wallace hasn't lived up to expectations in relation to his big contract, and was benched in the final game of the 2014 season after reportedly getting in a halftime argument with team personnel. He has failed to reach 1,000 yards with the Dolphins in either season after recording that mark twice with the Steelers in his first four NFL seasons.
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Dolphins' Ryan Tannehill clears air with Mike Wallace
|by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com|
|(3/3/15) Dolphins' WR Mike Wallace was benched in the second half of the season finale, and it's uncertain if the team will keep him in 2015.
The Dolphins can save $6.9 million by cutting Wallace in the offseason, but his quarterback has his back.
Ryan Tannehill told the Miami Herald he settled any issues with Wallace after the tumultuous final game. "We cleared the air," Tannehill said. "There's no problem there."
Despite that, Tannehill isn't sure if Wallace will return.
"I like Mike," he told the Palm Beach Post. "He’s a talented player and we’ll see what happens. It’s tough to lose a guy that works hard day in and day out at practice, but at the end of the day it’s a reminder that it’s a business. It doesn’t matter the kind of player you are or the type of relationship you have, it comes down to numbers."
Dolphins WR Mike Wallace interested in return to Steelers
|by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com|
|(2/27/15) Though the Dolphins are shopping Mike Wallace to prospective suitors, there is one team that is of interest to the speedy receiver.
According to CBSSports.com NFL Insider Jason La Canfora, Wallace has interest in potentially returning to the Steelers. Of course, the Steelers would have to decide if they'd be willing to take on a contract that's going to have a $12.1 million cap figure for 2015.
Wallace has underperformed in relation to the five-year, $60 million contract he signed before the 2013 season. He's failed to reach 1,000 yards with the Dolphins in either season after recording that mark twice with the Steelers in his first four NFL seasons.
Report: Mike Wallace's days with the Dolphins could be numbered
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
|(2/26/15) Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald confirmed an NFL.com report that the Dolphins have indeed discussed the possibility of trading Mike Wallace this offseason. Salguero also added that Miami has also discussed various other options, including asking him for a paycut and even keeping the embattled wide receiver. However, Salguero suggested that Wallace's days in Miami are likely numbered.
Wallace, who signed a five-year, $60 million contract with the Dolphins prior to the 2013 regular season, was the third highest-paid receiver in the league behind only Percy Harvin and Calvin Johnson. A resolution on Wallace's future won't likely come until $3 million of his salary becomes guaranteed on March 15.
According to Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel, the Dolphins aren't interested in restructuring the final three years and $32.9 million left on Wallace's contract.
"Mike is a guy who is under contract for now. We're discussing all our options," executive vice president of football operations Mike Tannenbaum said on 940 AM WINZ Thursday morning, via the Sentinel. "Coach [Joe] Philbin, [owner Steve] Ross, Dennis [Hickey] and myself, we've talked. For now Mike is under contract, and we'll see where things go from there."
In two seasons with the Dolphins, Wallace totaled a combined 1,792 yards and 15 touchdowns. But after recording two 1,000-plus seasons in four years with the Steelers, Wallace has yet to crack the 1,000-yard threshold with Miami. He hasn't lived up to expectations in Miami, and was benched in the final game of the 2014 season after reportedly getting in a halftime argument with team personnel.
Report: Dolphins contemplating trading WR Mike Wallace
|by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com|
|(2/25/15) The Dolphins are looking into the possibility of trading wide receiver Mike Wallace, according to a report from NFL.com's Ian Rapoport.
In two seasons with the Dolphins, Wallace totaled a combined 1,792 yards and 15 touchdowns. But after recording two 1,000-plus seasons in four years with the Steelers, Wallace has yet to do so with Miami.
Wallace signed a five-year, $60 million contract with the Dolphins prior to the 2013 regular season. Wallace has not met expectations in his first two years with the franchise. This fact caught the eye of Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti, who made an unprovoked comment about Wallace's contract at a press conference on Tuesday.
"Mike Wallace got $10 million [per year]," Bisciotti said. "I don’t think anybody thinks that was a good deal.
|Mike Wallace's first season with the Dolphins in 2013 was disappointing, but he closed the year playing at a high level, which will hopefully carry over to this season. Wallace finished the year with 73 catches for 930 yards and a career-low five touchdowns. But over the final six games of the season he had 29 catches for 396 yards and four touchdowns, scoring at least 14 Fantasy points in three of those outings. The hope is new offensive coordinator Bill Lazor will help Wallace maximize his skills, but Wallace also has to prove he's more than just a deep threat. Wallace also showed last year that when he was involved he was productive. He had at least nine targets in nine games and he finished with at least eight Fantasy points in seven of those contests. Go into the season with Wallace as a high-end No. 3 Fantasy receiver in the majority of leagues, and he could end up being a must-start option if he continues to see a healthy amount of targets on a consistent basis.
(Updated 5/8/14) |