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Mike Wallace: Dolphins' new offensive scheme is 'my style'

The Miami Dolphins signed deep threat wide receiver Mike Wallace but weren’t able to take advantage of him quite like that had hoped for.  When Wallace rolled into the offseason program he found a new offense from coordinator Bill Lazor and he is excited about it.

“My style: Big-play offense,” Wallace said, via the Miami Herald. “I see Ryan’s excited about it. He’s called me about eight, nine times.

“I just want to make some plays for my team,” Wallace continued. “Go out and make some plays for my team and have a much better year than last year. We can’t have the kind of year we had last year. We need to be on the same page.” 

Quarterback Ryan Tannehill wants to work on his deep ball to take advantage of Wallace’s abilities.

“We have a guy in Mike Wallace who can really stretch the field vertically, as well as some other guys, too,” Tannehill said, via the South Florida Sun Sentinel, “but I think everyone when you think deep ball you think Mike Wallace right now.

“So that’s one that I’ve really been working on is being more consistent on my deep throws and I think it’ll match up with our passing game we put in going forward.”


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