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Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Date of Birth:  08/01/1986
Age:  36
Height  6'0"
Weight:   205
College:  Mississippi
Drafted:  2009 | Round 3 | Pick 84
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Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR


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Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace (ankle) is officially inactive for the Divisional Round.

Wallace was limited in practice all week, so this isn't surprising. The speedy veteran receiver will likely need to log a full practice before the Eagles consider making him active on gameday in a crowded receiving corps. Wallace will hope his team can advance to the NFC title game without him and potentially play next weekend.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace (ankle) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Saints.

Philadelphia has plenty of weapons with or without Wallace, but his return would add another downfield element to the passing attack for Nick Foles. If the veteran suits up, he would likely have a small package of plays as the No. 5 receiver against an attackable New Orleans secondary.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace (ankle) officially remains limited in practice.

Expect Wallace to remain limited to end the week tomorrow. He'd do well to be listed as questionable for Sunday's Divisional Round matchup in New Orleans, as he's still yet to get full clearance from his Week 1 ankle injury.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace (ankle) was officially a limited participant in today’s practice.

The Eagles had a walkthrough instead of a full practice, so this is just an estimation. However, Wallace doesn’t seem likely to return into a big role if he’s able to gain full clearance soon. Nevertheless, we’ll track his practice status the next two days.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Bears.

The Eagles will continue rolling with Jordan Matthews as the No. 4 receiver behind Alshon Jeffery, Nelson Agholor, and Golden Tate, but perhaps Wallace will return if they beat Chicago in the Wild Card Round.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace (ankle) officially remains limited in practice.

This doesn't shed light on the veteran receiver's status for Sunday against the Bears, but we'll find out tomorrow how he's listed ahead of the wild-card matchup when the final injury report is released by the Eagles.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace (ankle) was officially limited in today's practice.

The Eagles made the postseason, so Wallace could still potentially make a return during a playoff run. However, Wallace being ruled out ahead of the weekend for Week 17's contest could indicate he won't be ready for the Wild Card Round against the Bears. We'll track Wallace's practice status the next two days, though.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace (ankle) has been ruled out for Week 17.

Wallace was able to practice all week on a limited basis, but he's not quite ready to return to the lineup for Philadelphia. Now the veteran receiver must hope his team is able to make the postseason so he can potentially contribute for a Super Bowl run.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace (ankle) was officially limited in today's practice.

Expect Wallace to be limited the next two days as he looks to return from injured reserve and help the Eagles for a potential playoff run. Wallace is not a recommended fantasy pickup with one week to go in the regular season.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace has been activated from injured reserve.

Wallace has been out since Week 2, but now that Philly is right back in playoff contention, he's been activated and will likely have a role in Week 17 as a situational deep threat for Nick Foles. The veteran could certainly get behind Washington's secondary, but he won't be a recommended fantasy option behind Alshon Jeffery, Nelson Agholor, and Golden Tate.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

The Eagles placed Mike Wallace (leg) on injured reserve.

This is a corresponding move with the team signing wide receiver Jordan Matthews. Wallace suffered a broken leg in Sunday's loss to the Buccaneers, so he was going to be out for several weeks. There's a chance the Eagles bring Wallace back as a designated-to-return player, but his season might be over. Wallace does not need to be held onto in fantasy leagues.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace has a broken leg.

Eagles head coach Doug Pederson said they're still evaluating to see how long Wallace will miss. There's certainly a chance the sis a season-ending injury for Wallace, but more information should become available soon. This could make it more likely the Eagles are one of the teams interested in potentially acquiring Josh Gordon from the Browns.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace is expected to be out for "a while," according to NFL Network.

Wallace left yesterday's game against the Buccaneers and was carted to the locker room, and it looks like this will be a multi-week injury. The Eagles were already thin at receiver with Alshon Jeffery still out because of offseason shoulder surgery and Mack Hollins on injured reserve. Josh Gordon could be an option for Philadelphia, and the situations could be sorted out sometime later today. Wallace doesn't need to be owned in fantasy leagues.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace (ankle) is out for the rest of today's game.

Wallace went to the locker room on a cart, so this could be a serious injury. The veteran receiver didn't have any receptions before leaving. The Eagles are pretty thin at receiver and should rely a lot on Nelson Agholor and Zach Ertz for the rest of the afternoon.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace leaves game with apparent ankle injury.

Wallace just had a nice gain on a screen that was wiped out by a penalty, but he injured his ankle on the play. It didn't appear too serious, so hopefully he's back in the game soon.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace doesn't catch a pass in Eagles debut.

Wallace was targeted on a couple of deep balls, including one that arguably could have drawn a pass interference call, but he did not catch any passes. He nearly had a big play and potential touchdown on a deep pass late in the game, but Falcons corner Robert Alford made an outstanding play by twisting and deflecting the ball at the last second. Wallace will look to get deep next week against Tampa Bay, but he's not a recommended option in fantasy lineups.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Wide receiver Mike Wallace is signing with the Eagles, according to multiple reports.

NFL Network's Peter Schrager was the first to report the deal, and he says it's for one year. While many in Philadelphia might have preferred to have former Eagles receiver Jeremy Maclin back with the team, Wallace is probably signing for less than what Maclin will end up getting. Wallace will likely take Torrey Smith's role from last season, though we expect Nelson Agholor to get a lot more time in two-receiver sets after he had a great 2017 season. After he was a relatively consistent option with the Ravens, expect Wallace to be a boom/bust weekly fantasy option this year.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace scores in Week 17.

Wallace scored a key late touchdown on an out route at the goal line, but it wasn't enough for the Ravens, who were eliminated from the playoffs with their loss to the Bengals. Wallace's season ends with a 52/748/4 line, and his contract is up this offseason, so he might not be back with the Ravens. His fantasy value is hard to gauge without knowing where he'll be and what his role will be for 2018.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace catches four passes against the Colts.

Wallace worked as a reliable target for Joe Flacco throughout the entire evening in the Week 16 victory, gaining 60 yards on his four receptions (six targets). Wallace did his damage on posts and post-comeback type routes, and Flacco had a nice connection with him. If Jeremy Maclin (knee) remains out in Week 17, Wallace would remain a high-floor FLEX option against the Bengals.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace has another good game in win over Cleveland.

Wallace led the team with six receptions for 89 yards, marking the third-straight game with at least 72 yards, and sixth-straight game with at least 48 yards or a score. The Ravens will look to defeat the Colts and Bengals over the final two weeks to make the playoffs, and Wallace should be a significant part of the offense, especially in a good matchup with Indianapolis on Saturday. He's a solid FLEX option.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace (ankle) is active for Week 15.

Wallace said earlier this week he was going to play, so this was expected despite being listed as questionable. Averaging 73 receiving yards over his last four games, Wallace is a fine option in fantasy lineups against the Browns.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace (ankle) is listed as questionable for this week against Cleveland.

Wallace has said he's going to play this week, so this isn't much of a concern. He's had a few good games in a row, but be sure to check back in at 11:30 AM ET on Sunday to make sure Wallace is active before you place him into your fantasy lineup as a FLEX option.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace catches long pass in Week 14.

Wallace had a 40-yard reception against his former Steelers team, and overall he had three receptions (on five targets) for 72 yards. Since the bye, Wallace is averaging 73 yards per game over the last four games. He’s in the FLEX conversation next week against the Browns.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace has big day in win over Detroit.

Wallace caught five passes for 116 yards in the 44-20 victory. The deep threat had a 66-yard reception and showed good chemistry with Joe Flacco in the quarterback's best game of the year. Wallace is suddenly someone to consider with the fantasy playoffs beginning, as the passing attack is rounding into form as Flacco gets closer to the postseason. The Ravens play the Steelers on SNF in Week 14, and Wallace went for 6/55/1 against them earlier in the season.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace gets 11 targets against the Texans.

Wallace worked as the clear number one receiver for the Ravens in this one, catching five passes for 48 yards, including a long of 24 yards. Wallace has now had FLEX-worthy fantasy performances in each of his last three games, but there are probably better options out there for Week 13 against the Lions.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace scores 21-yard touchdown in Week 11 win.

It was a nice one-handed grab with coverage around him in the third quarter, and Wallace finished with four receptions for 56 yards and the touchdown. He is worth a look next week against a Houston team that has been beaten by the deep ball in 2017.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace scores against the Titans.

Wallace caught four of seven targets for 19 yards and a touchdown in Baltimore's loss, with the score coming late on a one-yarded on a throw in the end zone. Wallace is not yet a reliable fantasy option, but he could have some good games down the stretch here after the Ravens' Week 10 bye.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace (concussion) is officially active against the Titans.

Wallace has been cleared of his concussion for about a week and a half now, and it's great to hear that he'll be back out there after feeling better. With six teams on a bye this week, Wallace is in the FLEX conversation today.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace is listed as questionable for Sunday against the Titans.

Wallace is out of concussion protocol and practiced fully, so he's expected to be out there. However, Wallace was cleared of his concussion ahead of last Thursday's game before ultimately deciding he did not want to play again so soon in risk it. We definitely don't blame him for wanting to put his health first, and he'll probably be out there now two weeks removed from his concussion suffered in Week 7. The active/inactives will be out at 11:30 AM ET on Sunday, so check back in there if you want to insert Wallace into your lineup.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace (concussion) practiced fully today.

It looks like Wallace will be ready to go after missing last Thursday night's game on a short week. His presence will likely take away a few targets from Jeremy Maclin, but they are both on the FLEX radar against the Titans with six teams on a bye this week.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace (concussion) is inactive against the Dolphins.

Wallace just suffered his concussion on Sunday, and players typically don't get cleared in time to play in Thursday games. Thankfully for Baltimore, wide receivers Jeremy Maclin (shoulder) and Breshad Perriman (concussion) are ready to go against the Dolphins. Hopefully Wallace starts to feel better soon, and he should be cleared and ready for Week 9 versus Tennessee.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace (concussion) is questionable for Week 7.

Wallace is still in concussion protocol, but the Ravens are hoping he can get cleared and play against Miami tomorrow night. In a receiving group decimated by injuries, Wallace could potentially get ten-plus targets if active. Fellow starters Jeremy Maclin (shoulder) and Breshad Perriman (concussion) are also officially questionable for the game.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace (concussion) was limited in practice today.

The practices on a short week are light, but Wallace being at least listed as limited is a positive as he tries to get cleared of his concussion. Consider Wallace 50/50 to play against the Dolphins in a couple nights.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace leaves game after taking a big hit.

On the first drive of the game for the Ravens, Wallace took a big hit over the middle and had his helmet taken off while fumbling on the play. He immediately received medical attention and is now in concussion protocol. The Ravens are incredibly thin at receiver now, as Jeremy Maclin (shoulder) and Breshad Perriman (concussion) were both inactive against Minnesota.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace (back) is active against the Ravens.

Wallace was on the injury report with a back injury, but he’s ready to go versus Baltimore. With Jeremy Maclin (shoulder) and Breshad Perriman (concussion) both out, he could get a lot of targets from Joe Flacco. However, elite corner Xavier Rhodes could be on Wallace for much of the game, so he’s not a highly-recommended fantasy option.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace (back) did not practice today.

Considering Wallace was only limited yesterday and isn't practicing today, this is slightly concerning—but the expectation is that he'll be OK for Sunday. Be sure to check back in tomorrow to see how Wallace is listed ahead of the game.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace caught three passes for 30 yards in Sunday's loss to the Bears.

Wallace was the team's top receiver with Jeremy Maclin out, but despite Joe Flacco throwing it 41 times, he couldn't do much in a struggling offense. The deep threat has had more quiet games than strong ones in 2017, and he needs to stay out of lineups against Minnesota in Week 7.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace caught three passes for 133 yards in Sunday's win over the Raiders.

Oakland's slow cornerbacks were a great matchup for Wallace, and fantasy owners that went with him for upside were rewarded with three big catches. Baltimore will likely continue to rely on the ground game next week against Chicago, so Wallace is a risky fantasy play once again.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace breaks out in Week 4 loss.

After being held to one catch in each of the first three weeks, Wallace caught six passes for 55 yards and a touchdown on Sunday. The score was a 16-yarder in the third quarter, and the deep threat should get better as Joe Flacco does. Wallace could give Oakland's corners trouble next Sunday.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace catches one pass in Week 3.

The reception was for six yards and he added a four-yard carry early in the game. Obviously, the entire offense for the Ravens struggled today, but Wallace hasn't done much this season after his consistent 2016.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace held to one catch in Week 2.

It went for seven yards. Wallace now has just two catches for 15 yards through two games, but he's worth keeping on your roster with the Ravens expected to open up the offense as the season progresses. That said, he should definitely remain on the bench for Week 3 against the Jaguars' stingy cornerbacks.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace gets one target in Week 1.

Wallace caught the lone target for eight yards. The Ravens threw the ball only 17 times, so there's nothing to be too alarmed about. Jeremy Maclin (two receptions, 56 yards, TD) is likely going to be Joe Flacco's number one target this season, though. Wallace should put up bigger numbers against the Browns next week. He scored two touchdowns against them last season.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace caught one pass for seven yards in the Ravens' third preseason game.

It should be the last we see of the veteran receiver this preseason. He and the rest of the pass catchers need Joe Flacco healthy for the regular season, which he fortunately should be. Wallace is currently going in the 13th round of fantasy drafts.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace catches two passes for 33 yards in Baltimore's second preseason game.

He had receptions of 19 and 14 yards, but Wallace did fumble (though it was recovered by the Ravens). Wallace might not have WR1 upside, but he should be a high floor option as one of Baltimore's top two receivers along with Jeremy Maclin.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

The Ravens have picked up Mike Wallace's option.

Baltimore was considered to be a top landing spot for Torrey Smith after he started his career there, but the Eagles signed him today, giving the Ravens a somewhat easy decision on Wallace. Unless the Ravens spend an early pick on a receiver, the veteran deep threat should have a similar--if not slightly larger--role with Steve Smith Sr. now retired.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Ravens head coach Jim Harbaugh said he expects Mike Wallace back in 2017.

Wallace was a very consistent option for quarterback Joe Flacco in his first year with the team. With the loss of Steve Smith to retirement, Wallace could be an even bigger part of the offense next season. Wallace had over 70 catches and over 1,000 yards in 2016, and it would not be surprising to see him reach those numbers again in 2017. Keep in mind, the Ravens would like to be less pass-happy next season, however.

Mike Wallace had four catches for 33 yards in Sunday's season finale.

Wallace had a quiet end to the season, but he did enough to get over the 1,000-yard mark, finishing with 72 catches for 1,017 yards and four touchdowns. Wallace still showed great speed this season, but it's fair to wonder if he will slow down as a 31-year old next August. Also, Baltimore will probably have a less pass-happy approach in 2017.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace held out of the end zone again in Week 16.

Wallace had four catches for 21 yards in the loss to the Steelers, and now hasn't scored a touchdown since Week 9. The former-Steeler outran the entire defense in their first meeting this season, but he was held in check on his seven targets on Christmas Day. Wallace should bounce back as a solid option next week in the season finale against Cincy.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace goes over 50 yards again for the Ravens.

Wallace caught two-of-five targets for 60 yards against the Eagles. He gets the Steelers next on Christmas Day, his former team and the team he had his best game of the season against. He will be a solid WR2 against them.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace keeps his consistency going in Week 14.

Wallace had five catches for 52 yards against New England. The deep threat has had at least 50 yards in every game since Week 4, and remains one of the safest FLEX options out there. He has a good chance of scoring his first touchdown since Week 9 next week against the Eagles.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace keeps up his consistent play.

It's rather surprising that the deep threat Wallace has been this consistent after his last couple of seasons, but he's back to being a very good fantasy option. Wallace had six catches for 59 yards against the Dolphins. Wallace hasn't had a touchdown since Week 9, but he's a very good high floor FLEX option.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Wallace leads Ravens in receiving on Sunday in 19-14 victory.

The veteran caught three passes for 57 yards, including a long of 31 yards. Baltimore's offense played conservatively as their defense handled Andy Dalton and the Bengals, but Wallace keeps putting up solid numbers. He has a chance at a big game next week against the Dolphins, and will be a low-end WR2.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Mike Wallace has over 70 total yards against the Cowboys in Week 11.

Wallace had five catches for 62 yards and one run for 13 yards. Wallace has been a consistent target for Joe Flacco this season. You could do a lot worse than him as your WR2/FLEX. He should be a top 30 option at WR next week against the Bengals.

Mike Wallace | Free Agent WR

Wallace catches 4 passes for 59 yards on Thursday night.

It would have been nice to find the end zone, but it was a solid game with Steve Smith and Breshad Perriman also doing damage. The speedster is having a resurgent season with Joe Flacco, as he is on-pace for 1,196 yards and 7-8 touchdowns. He gets Dallas next week, who have limited boundary wide receivers, but have had some injuries to their secondary. Wallace will be a low-end WR2.