Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace expects to be booed when he returns to Pittsburgh on Sunday to face the Steelers.
“Definitely, yeah," Wallace told reporters. “I already know how my welcome is going to be, it’s not going to be too pretty,”
Wallace denied that he was mad that he wasn't given a new contract by the Steelers. They wound up giving a big deal to Antonio Brown, who's flourished as the No. 1 receiver in Pittsburgh.
“No, that’s a lie,” Wallace said. “Mike never said that, but it is what it is, I’m on a new team. I’m pretty sure they’re not going to like that too much, but we all have to move on, I’ve moved on.”
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