rotoworld.comMike Wallace - WR - Steelers
Per CBS' Jason La Canfora, free agent Mike Wallace is said to be seeking $10-$11 million per year on his next contract.
According to La Canfora's sources, the Steelers are not planning on franchising Wallace, and they do not anticipate meeting his aforementioned salary demands, even though it's expected that other teams will value him at that rate. Wallace has certainly played his last down for the Steelers. Wallace, 26, will be aiming for what Vincent Jackson got from the Bucs last offseason -- five years, $55.55 million with $26 million guaranteed.
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he Dolphins think Lamar Miller can be better than Reggie Bush, whom they are not expected to re-sign this offseason.
Miller is bigger -- 5-foot-11 and 212 pounds -- and faster than Bush is, while he's also considerably cheaper. Miller seems to fit Joe Philbin's offense better, too, as a running back who hits the right hole at the right time. Bush was more of an innovator and creator out of the backfield. Miller averaged five yards-per-carry on 51 totes as a rookie.
Source: Armando Salguero on Twitter
Jan 28 - 6:40 P
Well that goes hand in hand with the other report that Bush most likely won't be resigned. I think this is a good move personally and am exited to see what Miller can do.
We are drafting a RB. I can feel it.
I nominate op for post of the year
I wish we would stop making more holes that will have to be fixed with picks. If we don't sign Reggie, don't use a pick on an RB. Fix more things through FA