|July 28, 20168:08 AM PT9:08 AM MT10:08 AM CT11:08 AM ET15:08 GMT11:08 PM 北京时间8:08 AM MST10:08 AM EST10:08 AM CT19:08 UAE11:08 ET14:08 - Wallace failed his first conditioning test and will not practice with the Ravens until he passes it. Wallace hit five of the six benchmarks in the test of stamina and conditioning, according to the Baltimore Sun, and the Ravens are not overly concerned.
Analysis: Wallace signed a two-year, $11.5 million contract after being released by the Vikings. Because of injuries to No. 1 target Steve Smith and 2015 first-round pick Breshad Perriman, the Ravens were thin at wide receiver last season. Smith and Perriman are starting training camp on the physically unable to perform list.
|Mar. 15, 201612:01 PM PT1:01 PM MT2:01 PM CT3:01 PM ET19:01 GMT3:01 AM 北京时间12:01 PM MST2:01 PM EST1:01 PM CT23:01 UAE15:01 ET18:01 - Wallace has signed a two-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens. Released by the Minnesota Vikings on March 8, the 29-year-old Wallace joins his third team in as many years.
Analysis: Wallace caught 39 passes for a career-low 473 yards and two touchdowns in 2015, but he should provide the Ravens with the outside speed they've been lacking. He posted back-to-back 1,100-yard seasons for the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2010 and 2011. The Ravens hope the 2011 Pro Bowl selection will bring a downfield threat to the league's eighth-ranked passing game, which was without veteran Steve Smith and first-round rookie Breshad Perriman for much of last season.
|Mar. 8, 201612:26 PM PT1:26 PM MT2:26 PM CT3:26 PM ET20:26 GMT4:26 AM 北京时间1:26 PM MST3:26 PM EST2:26 PM CT0:26 UAE (+1)15:26 ET19:26 - The Minnesota Vikings have released wide receiver Mike Wallace after one unproductive season with the team. The move was made Tuesday, the day before the dawn of NFL free agency, to clear $11.5 million from Minnesota's salary cap for 2016.
Analysis: The Vikings spoke highly of Wallace's influence on the younger wide receivers, but the 29-year-old had just 39 catches for 473 yards and two touchdowns, all career lows. He was a fantasy bust.