There are several teams interested in trading for Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace, says the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
Wallace is a restricted free agent, and while he has found no one willing to sign him to an offer sheet after being tendered at the highest level, a trade might not be as costly. The only question is whether the Steelers would be willing to listen. Wallace apparently will not sign the tender in order, meaning he is prepared to stay way from Pittsburgh's off-season program.
If the Steelers retain Wallace, the club could have problems trying to hold on to him next year as an unrestricted free agent - barring using the franchise tag - meaning they might get only one more season out of Wallace before he moved on.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com
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