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The Dolphins could indeed move on from Wallace before free agency starts, according to the Miami Herald's Armando Salguero.

Wallace has had problems with quarterback Ryan Tannehill as far as the deep ball is concerned and then, depending on who you believe, may have taken himself out of the final game of the 2014 season. This is not written in stone however because if Miami were to let go of Wallace, they would really only have second year player Jarvis Landry that they could rely on and it's not like wide receiver is the only weakness on the team they would have to worry about. Miami is likely to explore a trade first but in the end, if they are tired of Wallace's act, a release is much more likely.

Mike Wallace WR MIA 20 Days

Dolphins will face an interesting decision this off-season as to what to do with Mike Wallace, according to the Miami Herald.

Wallace will count $12.1 million against the salary cap next season. If the Dolphins cut him prior to June 1 they would save $6.9 million of cap space ($5.2 million dead money). Wallace has never been on the same page with QB Ryan Tannehill and then was benched for the final game of the 2014 season after getting into a verbal exchange with the coaching staff. Further complicating matters for Miami is the almost certain dismissal of WRs Brian Hartine and Brandon Gibson. If the Dolphins cut all three players this would gut the receiving corps leaving second year player Jarvis Landry as the only true threat, not exactly what you want when you're still trying to figure out whether or not Tannehill can be a franchise quarterback.

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Head coach Joe Philbin said Wallace (back) was benched during Sunday's game against the Jets because of a "coaching decision," according to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald.

Philbin and Wallace reportedly had an argument, which prompted the benching. Wallace needed 138 yards to reach the 1,000-yard mark for the first time with the Dolphins, but he put up a donut for the first time all season. Jackson also notes that Wallace is owed $9.6 million if he is not on the team next season, and would be paid $12.1 million if he is. If the two cannot co-exist, the Dolphins will likely do all they can to trade their top wideout.

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Wallace (back) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Jets, the Sun-Sentinel reports.

It looks safe to roll with Wallace (who has three TDs in his last two games) in Week 17, as he'll be going up against a Jets' defense that has allowed 30 passing touchdowns to date. Only Chicago and Washington have allowed more.

Mike Wallace WR MIA 1 Month

Wallace (back) was listed as a full practice particiapnt Thursday, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.

Wallace -- who was limited at Wednesday's practice -- is thus on track to draw a probable injury designation in advance of Sunday's game against the Jets.

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Wallace (back) was limited at practice Wednesday, the Dolphins' official site reports.

We'll track Wallace's status in the coming days, though at this stage there is nothing to suggest that his Week 17 availability is in any danger.

Mike Wallace WR MIA 1 Month

Wallace had five catches on five targets for 58 yards and two touchdowns during Sunday's win over the Vikings.

Both of Wallace's touchdowns came from inside the red zone, a 16-yard score in the third quarter and a seven-yarder in the fourth. He now has three touchdowns in the last two games, and has a shot to extend his streak in Week 17 against the Jets, who have allowed the third-most passing touchdowns in the league this season.

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Wallace had five catches on seven targets for a season-high 104 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Patriots.

Most of Wallace's production came on two plays, a 50-yard reception and his 32-yard touchdown in the second quarter. It was his first 100-yard game of the season, though he could have a tougher time in Week 16 against the Vikings, who are allowing the sixth-fewest passing yards per game this season.

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Wallace (chest) caught 3-of-4 targets for 39 yards in Sunday's loss to the Ravens.

Baltimore has struggled to stop the pass this season, but they did a good job containing Wallace on Sunday. The veteran speedster continues to lose looks to rookie Jarvis Landry, who caught 6-of-6 targets for 59 yards Sunday, and has become Ryan Tannehill's most trusted option. Next week, Wallace will face the Patriots, with a large dose of Darrelle Revis a strong possibility.

Mike Wallace WR MIA 2 Months

Wallace (chest) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Ravens.

Wallace, who caught six of his 11 targets for 69 yards this past Monday against the Jets, will take aim this weekend at a Baltimore defense that is allowing an average of 274 passing yards per game. Only the Falcons have allowed more.