ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting via a source that the Pittsburgh Steelers are not going to put the franchise tag on wide receiver Mike Wallace, but will instead place a first-round tender on their top offensive playmaker.
What this means is that a team can make an offer to Pittsburgh, if it cannot be matched, then the Steelers will receive a first-round pick for compensation. Considering the salary cap situation Pittsburgh is in, it is quite possible that Mike Wallace will not be in the famed black and gold next season.
He's young and coming off of his best season where he had 72 catches and 1,193 yards receiving and eight touchdown catches. Here are five teams who might possibly try to land the Pro Bowl wide receiver.