The Miami Dolphins are asking wide receiver Mike Wallace to take a pay cut or he may be cut…
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace has been with the team for two seasons, but the team is already considering cutting ties with him.
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Wallace signed a five-year, $60 million contract in 2013, but he has been a disappointment for the Dolphins as a whole and has reportedly been a head case.
The Dolphins wide receiver’s play has not been as productive since leaving the Pittsburgh Steelers, and he sat on the bench in the middle of a Week 17 loss after allegedly quitting on the team.
The Dolphins are prepared to part ways with Wallace if he does not take a pay cut, and it sounds like a release may happen since he is being uncooperative with reducing his pay.
Bleacher Report reported on Wallace’s likely imminent departure from Miami on Twitter.
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) February 26, 2015