The Miami Dolphins were apparently shopping Mike Wallace on the trade market but the team came out and denied that report through a source. That was a few weeks ago but the record apparently hasn’t changed and we’ve cycled back to track one.
According to Jason La Canfora, the Miami Dolphins are attempting to trade Mike Wallace this offseason. According to the Miami Dolphins, via Miami Herald beat writer Armando Salguero, the team is not shopping Mike Wallace on the trade block.
The Dolphins have spoken to NO ONE about trading WR Mike Wallace — not at annual meeting, not before annual meeting, not at all. Move on.
— Armando Salguero (@ArmandoSalguero) March 26, 2014
And thus the roundabout of the NFL trade rumor season continues. The Dolphins have done this before and it’s likely to happen again a few times before the season starts. La Canfora even went a step further to say that league executives are pondering the possibility of a DeSean Jackson for Mike Wallace trade, but the Dolphins need to officially be shopping their half of that deal first.
It’s possible that the Dolphins are indeed trying to trade Wallace, as this isn’t the first time we’ve heard his name surface in rumors. But at least officially, Wallace isn’t being shopped but the seed of doubt when it comes to his future in Miami has been planted.