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Making The Case For Tavon Austin

Mike Wallace is gone, and no one's surprised, so, really, no one's too hurt. At least not now. But what about on that first weekend of September?

Who will replace Wallace in the Steelers' lineup then? Well, Antonio Brown, by wearing goofy hats on TV and tweeting dumb things, has already stepped into the role of what NFL teams apparently seek in a No. 1 wide receiver. And, yes, Brown also has enough skill to fill the bill; perhaps even more so than Wallace. But who will replace Wallace's speed? Marquise Goodwin of Texas had the fastest time...

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Tavon Austin from West Virginia was college football's most explosive player last season. He's hopes…

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