Updating a previous item, Mike Wallace's Dolphins contract is for $60 million over five years.
Dolphins agreed to terms with WR Mike Wallace on a five-year, $65 million contract that includes $30 million guaranteed.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Dolphins are negotiating a five-year contract with free agent Mike Wallace.
According to NFL.com, the Dolphins believe that landing free agent Mike Wallace could cost up to $13M per year.
The Palm Beach Post hears from "someone (it) trusts" that free agent Mike Wallace to Miami is a "done deal."
Appearing on SportsCenter Monday morning, ESPN's Adam Schefter said he believed Mike Wallace will be the only player to earn over $10 million per year in free agency.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the "league-wide expectation" is that free agent Mike Wallace will sign with the Dolphins.
The Miami Herald is "deeply encouraged" the Dolphins will sign free agent Mike Wallace.
The National Football Post says "those who should know speculate" free agent Mike Wallace's new deal will average more than $13 million per season.
FOX Sports confirms the Dolphins are the "lead dog" in the Mike Wallace sweepstakes, and that Wallace "prefers warm weather."
The Miami Herald's Armando Salguero was told the Patriots are interested in free agent Mike Wallace.
According to ESPN 1500 Twin Cities, the Vikings "will and can" pursue free agent Mike Wallace.
One NFC personnel man believes Mike Wallace won't be worth the big contract he'll receive in free agency because he's a limited route runner.
The Miami Herald confirms the Dolphins see the Vikings as a "significant threat" in their pursuit of free agent Mike Wallace.