The Miami Dolphins are expected to reach an agreement with wide receiver Brian Hartline in the near future, but that won’t stop them from pursuing free agent Mike Wallace. However, Wallace will be a hot commodity this offseason, and the Dolphins are specifically expecting to receive competition for his services from the Minnesota Vikings, according to Jeff Darlington of NFL.com.
The Dolphins would like to enter the 2013 season with a trio of wide receivers that consists of Hartline, Wallace and Davone Bess. If they are unable to sign Wallace, Miami’s No. 2 free agent wide receiver is currently Greg Jennings.
If the Vikings beat out the Dolphins and sign Wallace, they may make wide receiver Percy Harvin available in trade. Wallace caught 64 passes for 836 yards and eight touchdowns last season. He has two 1,000 yard-plus campaigns to his name, and he’s viewed as one of the most dynamic wide receivers in the game.
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