What Are the Experts Saying About Mike Wallace to the Miami Dolphins

March 13, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There's an old saying that a rolling stone gathers no moss.
Apparently Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland despises moss, because the Dolphins hit the ground running at the beginning of free agency and haven't slowed down since.
The first shot that the Dolphins fired in free agency was their biggest of the day, as early in free agency the Dolphins agreed to terms on a blockbuster five-year, $65 million contract with wide receiver Mike Wallace.
Beat writer Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel was one of the first to relay terms of the contract.
Once the deal was done, it was time for the "experts" to chime in with their opinions of the Dolphins' acquisition of a player they hope will pair with quarterback Ryan Tannehill to form a potent pitch-and-catch duo for years to come.
The opinions were mixed, both overall and individually.
Mike Freeman of CBS Sports wrote that Wallace's signing was a "good move" for the Dolphins, but "just barely."
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