According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the "league-wide expectation" is that free agent Mike Wallace will sign with the Dolphins.
USA Today reports the Dolphins officially contacted Wallace's agent over the weekend, while SI's Peter King "hears" they don't have "much, if any" big-money competition for the soon-to-be former Steeler. Wallace-to-Miami has become a runaway freight train, but other suitors are still likely to emerge between now and Tuesday's 4ET start of free agency. Few clubs can match Miami's combination of need, money and desperation, however. Rotoworld's own Evan Silva expects Wallace to end up with the Dolphins via a five-year, $60 million deal.