Wallace finished the season with 52 receptions for 748 yards and four touchdowns on 92 targets. The veteran receiver's production took a dip from his first season in Baltimore across the board save for yards-per-reception (14.4), but it was still a fine all-around campaign for Wallace playing in a clunky offense with subpar quarterback play. He finished as a top-40 receiver in standard formats and his calling card -- speed -- was still on display as he reeled in 11 receptions of 20-or-more yards, which tied for his best in a season since leaving Pittsburgh. Wallace will hit free agency this offseason as a 31-year-old receiver with a perceived dependence on speed, so the chances of him landing a deal beyond two years are essentially null, but Wallace has shown he has enough in the tank to be a No.2 or No. 3 for a receiver-needy team.
Wallace (knee) is active Sunday against the Bengals. After logging back-to-back full practices to finish the week, Wallace's status for the must-win, Week 17 matchup never appeared to be in serious jeopardy. He's now seen the highest snap count total among Baltimore wideouts in back-to-back weeks, and there's little reason to think that will change in Week 17. Though the opposing Bengals have little to play for, they represent a relatively challenging matchup, having allowed opposing wide receivers to score just twice in the past five weeks.
Wallace (knee), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals, is expected to play, a source informed Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Wallace's availability for Week 17 never seemed to be in much peril after he was able to put in a full practice Friday. He should be the Ravens' clear-cut top wideout Sunday with Jeremy Maclin (ankle) listed as doubtful for the contest.
Wallace (knee) was a full practice participant Thursday and Friday, but nonetheless is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals. The official game designation doesn't mean much, as the Ravens typically opt to list players as "questionable" rather than removing them from the injury report. Wallace should be fine to handle his usual workload, seeking a seventh consecutive game as the team leader in receiving yards. As of Friday afternoon, the forecast for Sunday in Baltimore calls for a high of 25 degrees and winds around 15 miles per hour, albeit without any precipitation.
Wallace (knee) practiced fully Thursday. After being limited at practice Wednesday, Wallace's full participation Thursday puts him on track to head the Ravens' Week 17 wideout corps. He'll be counted on heavily this weekend, with Jeremy Maclin (knee) looking pretty iffy for Sunday's contest against the Bengals, a game with major playoff implications for the 9-6 Ravens.
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