Will Mike Wallace Be The Same?

Wallace Has Not Yet Signed Long Term Deal

Will Mike Wallace let the fact that he doesn’t have a long term deal signed affect his play?Mike Wallace Pittsburgh Steelers


Here’s a great article from Mark Kaboly that addresses this issue….


Something seems different with Mike Wallace

Wide receiver Mike Wallace, or the self-proclaimed “Fast Money” member of the “Young Money Crew” likely won’t get his “Big” money from the Steelers. Wallace and the Steelers have until approximately 3 p.m. Saturday to sign a long-term deal, or Wallace will play the final year of his contract without any assurances for the future. Maybe that’s why Wallace has seemed different in the locker room ever since his return last week. Usually, Wallace is engaging with his teammates, as well as the media. This year, he doesn’t appear to be interested in flashing that infectious smile and outgoing personality — sort of like he has other things on his mind. Now, it’s early, but could this be a precursor of things to come especially if Wallace and the Steelers don’t get a deal done within the next few days? If a deal doesn’t get done, it is going to be interesting to see if Wallace will be able to let the not affect him.


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4 Responses to “Will Mike Wallace Be The Same?”

  1. Amanda says:

    nooo wallace needs to stay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:(

  2. Joshua Adams says:

    As much as I like the Steeters I myself just don’t feel as if Mike Wallace will be in shape for this game. Because football camp should always be the first thing to attend before you really getting on field. I’m sorry my brother but just to know the plays but not train with your team is just a no go.

  3. Arthur Keith says:

    Mike Wallace is a professional football player and wont allow the contract to affect his play. Not just because of who he is but if a deal doesnt get done he is auditioning for a job with all the rest of the teams. I have watched this young man play and while I agree he should be paid as he is the face of the new receiving corps I still have to beleive he is a professional made in the same grain as Hines Ward was to the Steelers.

  4. JG says:

    I hope that Mike signs a long term contract and stays with the STEELERS. Unfortunately, if he doesn’t get what he wants, I think he will pout all season and allow it to effect his attitude and performance. It will be unfortunate if the young man ruins his STEELER career because of impatience and apparently immaturity. At this point (although we love him) he is NOT a $10 million a year receiver.

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