(CLEVELAND) — After one game into the 2013 regular season, Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace already seems unhappy with how things are going.
“I don’t feel like talking,” Wallace told reporters after the game.
Wallace signed a five-year $60 million deal with the Dolphins during the offseason, and was expected to make a large impact in the team’s offense, but he wasn’t able to on Sunday.
In his Dolphins debut, Wallace caught just one pass for 15 yards, hardly what he and the team were hoping for when he was brought in during the offseason.
When asked about the team’s game plan against the Browns, Wallace responded with: “I don’t feel like talking about it. Ask Coach.”
While Wallace fizzled in his debut, wide receiver Brian Hartline caught nine passes for 114 yards while Bradon Gibson caught seven passes for 77 yards.
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Jill Martin, CNN