By Blaine Blontz, Dolphins Correspondent, Tue, Jul 15th 4:47pm EDT
In an interview with Neil Reynolds of www.britviewnfl.com, Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace said that he would like to return kicks for his team. He hinted that he "might get back there for kickoff returns.” (Source: Brit View NFL
Fantasy Impact: This isn't totally out of the realm of possibility since Wallace is a dynamic play-maker and has experience returning kicks from his days with the Pittsburgh Steelers. However, the Dolphins may not want to take on the injury risk that would accompany the additional touches Wallace would receive as a returner.
NFL.com | Jul 31st
Mike Wallace missed his second day of practice Thursday with a tweaked hamstring. The Miami Dolphins receiver will reportedly be out the rest of the week, meaning he'll miss a Saturday scrimmage.
ProFootballTalk | Jul 31st
The Dolphins hope to get more out of wide receiver Mike Wallace in Wallace’s second season in Miami, but things haven’t gotten off to the best of starts. Wallace is out of practice on Thursday because of a sore hamstring, which also kept him out of practice on Wednesday. Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald…
Rotoworld | Jul 31st
Mike Wallace (hamstring) will not practice until at least next week.
Lesters Legends | Jul 9th
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