Dolphins looking for Mike Wallace deal; Eagles could make sense
The Dolphins remain open to dealing wideout Mike Wallace, according to league sources.
The Dolphins, who according to sources entertained the possibility of dealing receiver Mike Wallace and other prominent players back at the combine, have continued in that vein at the just concluded league meetings.
Miami spoke with teams about Wallace, according to sources, and while the finances of a deal would be tricky given Wallace's hefty contract, signed just last year, teams are doing homework on Wallace.
With the Eagles willing to release receiver DeSean Jackson if they cannot trade him, some wonder if the Philadelphia and Miami might end up possible trade partners. Wallace clashed with members of the coaching staff last year, while the Eagles are prepared to move on without Jackson, despite him having a career year in 2013
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