Why Has Pittsburgh Steelers WR Mike Wallace Received No Offers?
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace is a restricted free agent who comes with a first round tender attached to any team who presents him with an offer. While that means that a team would have to first come up with a price acceptable to Wallace as well as surrendering their first round pick, it still remains somewhat surprising that no team has made a play for the big play receiver.
Many of the marquee free agents have already signed new deals with new teams. Peyton Manning inked a record setting deal with the Denver Broncos. Vincent Jackson cashed in with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Mario Williams struck it rich with the Buffalo Bills. Wallace remains the biggest name on the open market, yet there has been little to no activity regarding his future.
Why would that be the case?
Two main reasons present themselves to Wallace’s situation.
Teams have until April 20 to sign Wallace to an offer sheet. The Steelers would have the right to match any contract offer that Wallac...
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