Report: Dolphins will make a run at Wallace

Steelers free agent may want deal in the $60 million range. Terry McCormick

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The Miami Dolphins have Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Mike Wallace as one of their top targets in free agency, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

The Dolphins are in need of a deep threat for quarterback Ryan Tannehill and might be willing to meet Wallace's price tag, which could be in the $60 million range.

Of course, as the Dolphins well know, coveting Wallace and signing him are two vastly different things. The Dolphins have whiffed before when going after high profile coaches (Jim Harbaugh, Jeff Fisher) and players (Peyton Manning).

But that probably won't stop them from making a serious run to lure Wallace to South Beach.

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