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Miami Dolphins actively seeking trade partner for Mike Wallace

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We begin in the NFL where a couple of veterans are searching for new teams after having been cut yesterday. The Baltimore Ravens released super Bowl 47 hero Jacoby Jones while the Detroit Lions parted ways with running back Reggie Bush after just one season.

Another player who could soon be turning out for a different team is Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace.

After a less than productive 2014 season reports suggest Miami are actively shopping the high paid star.

With Wallace still only half way through a five-year, $60 million contract though - he will earn $9.85 million in 2015 - the Dolphins front office may struggle to find a team willing to take the former Steelers man off their hands.

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Top of Miami's wide receiving depth chart, Wallace managed just 862 yards last season and ended the campaign in the headlines for the wrong reason after reports claimed he refused to play in the team's final game.


Across to the NBA, and the Dallas Mavericks suspended point guard Rajon Rondo for last night’s game against the Atlanta Hawks.

The move came after Rondo was seen swearing at Mavs head coach Rick Carlisle during the team's game on Tuesday night as the two argued about a play call. The Rondo-less Dallas couldn't grab a win versus the Hawks, losing 104-87.

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And finally, in college basketball the Kentucky Wildcats kept their hopes of an unbeaten season alive with a comfortable 74-56 win over Mississippi State.

The Wildcats are perfect through their first 28 games and remain atop the rankings ahead of their next game, Arkansas this Saturday.

What do you think Dolphins fans? Would you keep faith with Wallace, or is it time to try and offload the WR? And would any other fans like him in their team? Let us know in the comments section below...

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