Mike Wallace says he’s a changed man, from head to toe.
After two disappointing seasons in Miami, Wallace is vowing to change everything about himself, including how he leads.
Wallace said he’s learned from that experience in Miami and vows to be better all across the board.
“[I’m trying] my best to be a leader this year and do a much better job in that department than I have been before,” Wallace said, via the Pioneer Press. “[I’ve got] to be a better person and a better player and lead more. You take experiences that you have in your life and just learn from them. Some are good and some are bad, but you have to build from it. I know some mistakes I made in Miami. I know some good things. So I try to leave the bad and take the good.”
Wallace regularly stays after practices for catching drills, and the Vikings are hoping he can be the biggest deep threat since Randy Moss.