The Pittsburgh Steelers expect wide receiver Mike Wallace to play this weekend. Wallace missed Wednesday's practice with a hamstring issue, but a report from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette noted that Wallace was the most likely of the Steelers' walking wounded to see action this week. Pittsburgh travels to Arizona needing a win to keep pace with Cincinnati and Baltimore in the dead heat atop the AFC North.
Wallace is dealing with what the team is calling a "slight hamstring pull," which has left him a little sore. Wallace was active last week in the Steelers' win over the Jaguars, catching two passes for 76 yards and a touchdown.
Wallace is Pittsburgh's leading wide receiver with 33 catches for 612 yards and four touchdowns. He ranks fourth in the NFL for receiving yards, and is among the top ten in the league for catches and touchdowns.
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