Mike Wallace has taken snaps out of the backfield in Dolphins OTAs.
Mike Wallace confirmed he will frequently move around the formation in new Dolphins OC Bill Lazor's offense.
According to the Miami Herald, Mike Wallace is "clearly in better spirits" under new OC Bill Lazor.
ESPN Dolphins reporter James Walker believes Mike Wallace could be primed for a big 2014.
Mike Wallace admitted he "didn't feel like I knew what was going on" last season.
According to the Miami Herald, "several" Dolphins players believe some of the team's coaches "aren't big fans" of Mike Wallace.
Mike Wallace said the Dolphins' new offensive scheme is "my style."
Mike Wallace lined up as the Dolphins' right-side wide receiver on 90 percent of the team's offensive snaps in 2013.
The Miami Herald reports that the Dolphins have "vehemently denied" that Mike Wallace is on the trading block.
According to CBS' Jason La Canfora, the Dolphins have renewed attempts to trade Mike Wallace.
A Dolphins source is denying a CBS Sports report that the team has interest in trading Mike Wallace, Cameron Wake, and Dion Jordan.
Two "Dolphins people" told the Miami Herald that Ryan Tannehill can throw deep balls with anticipation to Brian Hartline, but "cannot consistently" to Mike Wallace.
Mike Wallace stressed that he and Ryan Tannehill need to work on their deep-ball chemistry this offseason.
Mike Wallace had five catches for 25 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's Week 17 loss to the Jets.