By Eric Schmidt

Well that didn’t take long. One game into the 2013 regular season and Miami Dolphins WR Mike Wallace is already unhappy. After landing a large, $60 million dollar free agent contract with Miami this offseason, the speedy Wallace was limited to just one reception for 15 yards. Wallace was unhappy after the Dolphins downed the Cleveland Browns.

“I don’t want to talk. I don’t feel like talking about it. It’s not my game plan,” said Wallace via the Palm Beach Post.

QB Ryan Tannehill told reporters that Wallace was doubled for most of the game and that was the reason for his lack of production. One has to wonder though that why the game plan didn’t try to get Wallace into a quick slant or bubble screen given the players speed.

Wallace was brought in during the offseason to provide second year quarterback Tannehill with some offensive weapons.

The sppedy playmaker should see more action next week against the Indianapolis Colts. If he is limited to just a catch or two next week, things could get ugly for the Dolphins with an unhappy Wallace in the locker room.

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