Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace returned to practice on Wednesday, making him a participant for the first time in a while because of a nagging groin injury. It's not clear if Wallace, signed as a free agent in the offseason from Pittsburgh, will play in the team's preseason game on Friday against Jacksonville.
Wallace finished last season with 836 yards and 8 touchdowns, and is expected to provide a big boost to Miami's passing attack.
Fantasy Impact: Wallace appears to be on track to start Week 1 and fantasy owners should not be overly concerned if he doesn't play in Friday's preseason game.
The key to Wallace's season will be the play of quarterback Ryan Tannehill, who was a decent fantasy quarterback last season as a rookie. Fantasy owners should target Wallace as a high-end No. 2 fantasy wide receiver on Draft Day.
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