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Wallace had five catches on eight targets for 56 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Bills.

Wallace grabs his second touchdown of the season in Week 2 after needing 12 games last season to reach that total. He led the team in targets and receiving yards for the second straight game and is clearly quarterback Ryan Tannehill's most trusted receiver. With the Dolphins losing running backs Knowshon Moreno to an elbow injury and Lamar Miller to an ankle injury, they could focus even more on the pass in Week 3 against the Chiefs.

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Wallace (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game against the Bills.

Wallace was limited in practice this week, but was listed as probable coming into Sunday. He'll look to build off his excellent Week 1 performance when he had seven catches on 11 targets for 81 yards and a touchdown.

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Wallace (hamstring) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Bills, the Dolphins' official site reports.

Wallace looks good to go Sunday on the heels of a Week 1 effort against the Patriots that saw him catch seven passes for 81 yards and a touchdown on a team-high 11 targets.

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Wallace (hamstring) remained listed as a limited practice participant Thursday, the Dolphins' official site reports.

RB Knowshon Moreno and TE Charles Clay are in the same category, though we'd be surprised if either of the three are in any real danger of missing Sunday's game against the Bills.

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Wallace (hamstring) was listed as a limited practice participant Wednesday, the Dolphins' official site reports.

The same applies to RB Knowshon Moreno and TE Charles Clay, but so far there is nothing to suggest that the Week 2 status of any of the trio is in danger. In any case, we'll revisit Wallace's status upon the release of Thursday's practice participation/injury report.

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Wallace caught seven passes on 11 targets for 81 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Patriots.

Wallace led the team in targets, receptions and receiving yards, though when you're the highest-paid receiver on the team, that's what you're supposed to do. Running back Lamar Miller finished with four catches and no other player caught more than two passes, further showing Wallace's importance on offense. He should continue to see a high number of targets in what will likely be a tough game at Buffalo in Week 2.

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Wallace did not catch any of his three targets in Saturday's preseason game against the Buccaneers.

Wallace proved his health after dealing with a hamstring injury, but his night was highlighted by a bad drop on a screen pass. With the Dolphins' offensive line unlikely to be as bad as it was last season, and Ryan Tannehill still growing, Wallace should have improved team context in 2014. However, the speedy wideout has been inconsistent over the last few years, and he seems to drop passes in the most frustrating manner possible.

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Wallace, who sat out the Dolphins' preseason opener with a hamstring injury, said that he will play in Saturday's game against the Bucs, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.

On the heels of a campaign in which he caught 73 passes for 930 yards and five touchdowns, Wallace remains entrenched as a starter for the Dolphins opposite Brian Hartline. Assuming he can continue to build on his chemistry with QB Ryan Tannehill, who is now working behind a revamped O-line, it's not hard to imagine Wallace seeing an uptick in his 2013 numbers in the coming season.

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Wallace was back at practice Sunday after missing Friday's preseason contest, the Miami Herald reports.

The same applies to fellow starting wideout Brian Hartline, which suggests that the duo should be a go for this coming Saturday's preseason contest against the Bucs.

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Wallace and quarterback Ryan Tannehill are still having chemistry issues, according to the Palm Beach Post.

Tannehill constantly came up short on the deep ball to Wallace last season, a problem that has continued so far in training camp. Wallace is a burner who seems not to have to much of a problem getting behind the secondary but Tannehill has yet to judge just how fast he is. One would think this would've been worked out by now but perhaps Tannehill just isn't a good deep ball passer.