Report: Mike Wallace unhappy despite Miami Dolphins win

Report: Wallace unhappy despite Dolphins win
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Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace is reportedly angry at the lack of service he was given during his side's win over the Cleveland Browns.

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace was reportedly angry at the lack of service he received during his side's 23-10 victory over the Cleveland Browns in the NFL.

Wallace, who was making his debut for the Dolphins having joined them on a five-year deal during the off-season, was targeted just five times by quarterback Ryan Tannehill, posting figures of one reception for 15 yards.

The 27-year-old reportedly told the Miami Herald that he "didn't feel like talking" when leaving the locker room, having already been escorted off the pitch by Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland.

The Browns often doubled up on Wallace, allowing the likes of Brian Hartline and Brandon Gibson to pick up a number of receptions.

Hartline scored a touchdown on the way to the victory, but it is believed that Wallace was angry about having been largely ignored by Tannehill.

Miami's Dimitri Patterson fends off Trent Richardson of Cleveland during a game on September 8, 2013
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