Wallace has held out since the beginning of training camp, leaving Ben Roethlisberger without his No. 1 target. It was believed he would reach a deal with the team over the weekend, but no such news came, meaning Wallace was still nowhere to be found as the team convened on Monday. However, reports are that Wallace will at long last show up to practice on Tuesday.
The consensus has been throughout Wallace's entire holdout that the fourth-year receiver and 2011 Pro Bowler would return to the team rather than missing any regular season playing time. But it's now just a few days before Pittsburgh is due to play its fourth and final preseason game, and Wallace still has yet to report. If the rumors to be believed, that should change Tuesday, although Wallace probably would not play in that game, as Adam Schefter reports.