“I don’t want to talk. I don’t feel like talking about it,” Wallace said, via The Palm Beach Post. “Ask Coach. It’s not my game plan.”
Now, Wallace is trying to back track and clarify his comments.
“I’m mad at myself just because I didn’t have a good game,” Wallace said Monday, according to The Associated Press. “That’s all.”
He reiterated that the true source of his frustration was himself and not the coaching staff.
“I was upset with myself,” Wallace said. “It wasn’t really anything else to do with anything. I would’ve told you the same thing regardless. If you ask me about the plays, I don’t really have the answer. That’s all I meant by that.”
Wallace’s offensive coordinator Mike Sherman had his back.
“Mike’s a competitor. He wants to feel a part of the game, as I hope that he would,” Sherman said. “He came here to be a factor in our season and our success. The fact that he’s disappointed he only caught one ball, that’s expected. I have no problem with that.”