Pittsburgh Steelers v Cincinnati Bengals

With the Vikings’ blockbuster trade of Percy Harvin on Monday, the team can now afford to go spending to fill their new receiving hole, and the Miami Dolphins believe the Vikings will try to do that spending on Mike Wallace.

The Dolphins reportedly believe that by the time a potential bidding war with the Vikings is done, Wallace may cost one of the teams up to $13 million per year, according to Jeff Darlington of NFL Network.

On Monday, it was reported that the Dolphins and Wallace may have already come to terms on a deal worth $11 million or more per year, but the Harvin trade may very well have changed things in the free agent landscape.