Brown Says No Doubt Wallace Will be with Steelers in 2012

There’s still no conclusion to the Mike Wallace saga, though at this point it seems more than ever that he will remain in Pittsburgh.

One current Steeler that seems sure of it is WR Antonio Brown, who appeared on the NFL Network, and says he thinks Wallce will be on the other sie of him this year.

Steelers receiver Mike Wallace remains an unsigned restricted free agent, but Wallace’s partner in the Pittsburgh receiving corps, Antonio Brown, says he’s not worried about Wallace getting away.

Brown said on NFL Network’s Total Access that he expects Wallace to sign with the Steelers, either the one-year tender offer or a long-term deal, and that the two of them will remain teammates.

“I definitely expect it,” Brown said. “I definitely look forward to him providing me help from the other side, rolling coverages — he’s a great teammate of mine.”

“No doubt in my mind, he’s coming back,” Brown said.

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