Draft Scout Snapshot:DS Rating on 8/24/08: #45 WR, #358/750 Overall, Projected Rnd: FA 2008: Named second team All-SEC as both a wide receiver and kick returner by Phil Steele ... Established Ole Miss single-season records for all-purpose yards (1,737) and kickoff return yards (861) ... Equaled the Rebel record for 100-yard receiving games with four ... Piled up the fifth-most receiving yards in school history (784) ... Led the SEC and ranked third in the NCAA (among top 100 WRs) in yards per catch (20.1) ... Led team and was sixth in the SEC in receiving yards per game (60.3) ... Finished third in the SEC in kickoff return average (24.6) ... Also ranked third in the conference in all-purpose yards (133.6 per game)...Holds Ole Miss records for single-game, season and career kickoff return yards ... Ranks second all-time in all-purpose yardage ... Stand third all-time at Ole Miss in TD receptions and fifth in receiving yards ... Recorded seven career 100-yard receiving games, second-most by a Rebel ... Topped the SEC in yards per reception in each of his final two seasons ... Competed in the 2009 Under Armour Senior Bowl and totaled two catches for 41 yards and a TD and returned one kickoff 21 yards ... 2007: 12 GP; 9 GS; Rec: 38-716-18.8-6; KR: 21-483-23-1; Named Third Team All-SEC by Phil Steele ... Played in all 12 games with nine starts at split end ... Topped the SEC in yards per catch (18.8) and ranked ninth in receiving yards per game (59.7) ... Led the team in receiving yards (716), tied for the lead in touchdowns (6) and finished second in receptions (38) ... Turned in a pair of 100-yard games ... Posted seven catches of 40 or more yards and three of 50 or better ... Earned third letter... 2006: 12 GP; 12 GS; Rush: 1-2-2-0; Rec: 24-410-17.1-2; Started all 12 games at SE ... Led the team in catches (24) and receiving yards (410) ... Tied for team lead with two TD receptions ... Earned his second letter... 2005: 10 GP; 0 GS; KR: 4-48-12-0; Saw action in 10 games of true freshman season, missing only the opener at Memphis (9/5) ... Earned first letter ... 2004: Signed with Oregon State in Class of 2004, but did not enroll ... Sat out 2004 season.
Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Steelers' picks: Round 3/84 -- Mike Wallace, WR/KR, 6-0, 195, Mississippi...Fills a need at both his position and the long-sought kick returner the Steelers have not had in a long time. Wallace has 4.3 speed and will compete for playing time at wide receiver, but really get his chance as a return man in 2009. - by The Sports Xchange
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10/08/15 - WR Mike Wallace didn't practice Tuesday. He has an undisclosed injury that's not believed to be serious. The team doesn't have to submit an injury report during its bye week and is not revealing the nature or extent of the injury. Wallace finished Sunday's game and no mention of any injury came up during the game.
09/15/15 - WR Mike Wallace caught a team-high six passes for 63 yards in the season opener Monday night against San Francisco. Wallace, the Vikings' top deep threat, averaged just 10.5 yards per catch with a long of 19.
09/15/15 - WR Mike Wallace had game highs for catches (six) and yards (63) in his Vikings debut. He probably would have had a 46-yard touchdown catch, but the officials didn't call safety Antoine Bethea for pass interference when he knocked one of Wallace's arms down before the ball arrived on target in the end zone.
08/10/15 - WR Mike Wallace, the team's most significant offseason veteran acquisition, had one ball thrown to him in the only series the starters played on Sunday. Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater messed up the timing on the rollout pass when he looked to another target first when he was supposed to make Wallace the first option. The pass was low and behind Wallace, who tried to adjust but couldn't hang on to the ball.
03/14/15 - WR Mike Wallace was traded from the Dolphins to the Vikings Friday (March 13) with a seventh-round pick in this year's draft for a fifth-round pick.
The Vikings had pursued Wallace in 2013 and reportedly offered more money than the Dolphins, but he chose the warmer climate of South Florida over frigid Minnesota winters.
He lasted just two seasons of his five-year, $60 million contract with the Dolphins and will count $6.6 million against their salary cap in 2015.
Wallace had two 1,000-yard seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers, who drafted him in the first round in 2009. But, with Miami, he recorded 73 receptions for 930 yards and five touchdowns in 2013 and 67 catches for 862 yards and 10 scores in 2014.
Wallace allegedly was unhappy with his role in Miami and ended up on the bench in the 2014 season finale after arguing with coaches.
In Minnesota, Wallace will join veteran receiver Greg Jennings, Charles Johnson and tight end Kyle Rudolph as second-year quarterback Teddy Bridgewater's weapons.
12/22/14 - WR Mike Wallace had two TDs receptions vs. Minnesota, giving him 10 for the season. That ties the career best he established in 2010 with Pittsburgh. Wallace had a career-best 73 receptions last season.
12/21/14 - WR Mike Wallace had five receptions for 58 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Minnesota. For the season, Wallace has 10 touchdown catches, which ties his career personal best, which he set in 2010. In addition, he has 70 catches this season for 862 yards.
12/16/14 - WR Mike Wallace (five receptions, 104 yards, 1 TD) had his first 100-yard game of the season against New England. He had a 50-yard reception on the game's opening play and a nice one-handed, 32-yard TD reception near the end of the first half.
12/14/14 - WR Mike Wallace made a one-hand catch of a 32-yard pass from Ryan Tannehill that was originally called incomplete before being reversed. Wallace had seven catches for 104 yards and showed his frustration after the game. "Same as last year," he said. "We had the season in our hands, we could do something about it and we dropped the ball. Again."
12/07/14 - WR Mike Wallace was mostly a non-factor on Sunday. The Dolphins' highest-paid receiver was targeted just four times -- two fewer than rookie Jarvis Landry. Wallace made three catches for just 39 yards. He was also overthrown for what would have been a touchdown on his fourth target.