Wallace says he has no regrets regarding time with Dolphins

Wallace says he has no regrets regarding time with Dolphins

In fact, he's grateful for it.

"I have no regrets", Wallace said.

"I'm happy for those guys", Wallace said Wednesday about Miami. "I hate to say it, I'm not a huge seafood guy, so that gets me in trouble in Louisiana and Maryland". It's all love on my end. "My life is a lot better because of those guys".

But then a amusing thing happened - the offensive line got healthy and started playing well. He was in on the game-saving tackle last week against San Francisco and has been constantly around the ball all season.

It will also be the first time Ravens receiver Mike Wallace plays against the Dolphins since he left there in 2014 after two tumultuous seasons. That was one of the two "placement" games that season, because the Ravens and Dolphins both finished third in their divisions the previous year.

"This is a big game, a really big game", Wallace said. There's a difference in opinion as to what exactly happened.

Even though Adam Gase is the youngest coach in the National Football League, he has more experience with meaningful December games than many of his Miami Dolphins players.

"That wasn't the case". I would never do that. [He] just keeps [us] focused each and every day on trying to find something to get better at. "It's a game you want to play". "But it happens and you've got to go out there and bow up ... we've just got to control the game".

The Dolphins announced that the fans fighting in the video, who weren't identified, had their season tickets taken away and are banned from Hard Rock Stadium according to the Associated Press. They traded him to the Vikings for draft compensation the following offseason. Minnesota cut Wallace a year later.

As for establishing a comfortable partnership with Tannehill and benefiting from the long plays that might have come from that, Wallace said "It's obvious we never did".

Miami has struggled to follow up on recent success, going 1-5 SU and ATS in its last six road games immediately following a road victory.

Wallace was brought here by Philbin and then-general manager Jeff Ireland to stretch the field.

Beyond Miami's very sudden competence, everything else went about as one would predict-the awful Niners fell to 1-10 on the year to keep them hot on the tail of the Cleveland Browns' ineptitude, and San Francisco fans who made the journey to Hard Rock Stadium got into a drunken brawl in the stands that erupted around a mother holding her toddler. Obviously we did. I think just the timing, the group being together, and the group being able to practice together, develop through some games, go through some rough patches, that's just part of the process. But I was always good with Ryan. I'm starting to think that Gase is wary to send him out there unless there's an easy opportunity to get the ball up quickly and through.

"Tannehill has done a great job all year", Harbaugh said. Funding has never been an issue at the free agent market, or any other thing that we've needed.

The Ravens' defensive line has won most of its line-of-scrimmage battles this year, but it could face a Dolphins offensive line that is getting healthy just in time for the teams' meeting December 4.

"We just wanted to end it on a good note and wish each other the best moving forward", Tannehill recalled.

Still, there's no question that this week has special meaning for Wallace. Shortly after the Ravens beat the Bengals on Sunday, he posted a two-word tweet that speaks volumes: "7 days!"

"It's exciting to play against my old team", Wallace said.

"A lot of people probably took it the wrong way", Wallace said with a chuckle.