Well, Dolphins fans, this is the name you most want to see (likely), and Miami's top target of the offseason.
I feel fairly safe in assuring that the Dolphins will sign Mike Wallace. They will be very aggressive in pursuing him, and for good reason: He's exactly the kind of receiver that the Dolphins need at this point in time.
Yes, I could go on with every adjective used to describe Wallace: burner, playmaker, speedster, etc. But Wallace will do more than that: His signing will actually sell tickets for the Dolphins.
The idea of Tannehill connecting with Wallace down the sidelines for a 75-yard touchdown at any time is something that this offense both wants and needs. It will not only free up whichever wide receiver Miami picks up in the draft (and it will draft at least two wide receivers if Wallace is signed, three if he's not), but also Miami's current receivers in Davone Bess, Marlon Moore and Brian Hartline (see first slide, Hartline will be back).
It will also help each of Miami's tight ends as well, including Anthony Fasano (who will be brought back for a one-year deal worth about $4.5 million), Charles Clay and either Michael Egnew or whichever tight end Miami goes after in the draft.
We also can't forget how much Wallace will help the running game by keeping opposing safeties honest.
The Dolphins have a very recent history of failing to get "their man," whether it was Jim Harbaugh, Jeff Fisher or Peyton Manning—but this time they can feel confident that with the cash they have to spend, they will succeed in their mission.
CONTRACT: 5 years, $60 million; $45 million guaranteed.