Report: Ravens, Mike Wallace agree to two-year deal

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Report: Ravens, Mike Wallace agree to two-year deal
Tuesday March 15th, 2016

The Baltimore Ravens have agreed to a two-year deal with wide receiver Mike Wallace, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

The deal is reportedly worth $11.5 million for two years. He is the latest addition to the team after tight end Ben Watson signed two-year, $8 million deal last week.

Wallace recorded 39 receptions for 473 yards with two touchdowns last season for the Minnesota Vikings before being released last week.

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Wallace also spent time with the Pittsburgh Steelers, where he averaged 17.2 yards per catch in his first four seasons. He left to sign a five-year, $60 million contract with the Miami Dolphins in 2013. In two seasons with the Dolphins, he caught 140 passes for 1,792 yards and 15 touchdowns.

Wallace joins a receiver core that includes Breshad Perriman, Kamar Aiken and Steve Smith. Perriman missed time last season with an ankle injury. Steve Smith was shut down for the year after suffering an Achilles injury in November.

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