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Mike Wallace Is a Miami Dolphin

As was expected since before free agency kicked off, the Miami Dolphins are expected to officially, for real this time, sign free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace, according to the NFL Network.

All that's left is for him to pass a physical and iron out some contract stuff.

The signing fills a huge void in the Fins' receiving corps as well as locks in a young receiver with tremendous breakaway speed who can help spread the offense -- not to mention give Ryan Tannehill a potential big-play receiver to throw to.

It's not confirmed, but early reports say Wallace has signed a five-year, $65 million contract with the Fins, with $30 million guaranteed.

Meanwhile, tight end Anthony Fasano has taken his shine box and joined the Kansas City Chiefs.

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