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In 2012, the Pittsburgh Steelers offered receiver Mike Wallace a five-year, $50 million contract to remain with the team. Wallace rejected the offer, believing he could get more from another team as a free agent.
Wallace indeed moved on, signing a five-year, $60 million deal with the Miami Dolphins in the spring. This came on the heels of a season that saw his targets drop from 72 the previous year to 64 in 2012 and his yardage decrease from 1,193 to 836.
He was disgruntled with the change in offensive scheme when Bruce Arians gave way to Todd Haley and admitted to losing focus when not getting passing targets early in games.