Wide receiver Mike Wallace—who signed a five-year, $60 million deal with the Dolphins during the offseason—wasn't very involved in Miami's offensive game plan against the Browns on Sunday afternoon. In fact, he caught just one pass for 15 yards during the game in Cleveland. So despite the fact that the Dolphins won their season-opening game against the Browns 23-10, Wallace was reportedly upset with the way he was used during it and refused to talk to reporters about the game after it ended.

"I don't feel like talking," he said when approached by a reporter from the Miami Herald. "I don't feel like talking about it. Ask Coach."

Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill later explained that Wallace didn't get targeted much during the game because the Browns were double-teaming him early and often. But for now, this is definitely a situation to watch. Miami finally looks like they have a decent team this year—and opened up the season with a win!—and this is the biggest story to come out of their first game. We're sure it's not the way they imagined things going when they signed Wallace to a $60 million contract back in March.

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[via ESPN]