Mike Wallace's first season with the Dolphins didn't go as expected. After signing a five-year, $60 million deal last offseason, the wide receiver with speed to burn had just 73 receptions for 930 yards with career lows in yards per catch (12.7) and touchdowns (5). And according to Football Outsiders, Wallace ranked 77th in total value among all wideouts.

In the months after the season, CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora reported that the Dolphins entertained the possibility of trading Wallace. It never happened and now he's looking to improve on a forgettable 2013 campaign. Even if it means expanding his job description.

“I might get back there for kickoff returns,” Wallace told Sky Sports. “I just want to be on the field making an impact for my team. I've always wanted to return kicks ever since I've been in the NFL."

Of course, this doesn't mean the Dolphins will go along with it. Wallace is one of the league's highest-paid receivers and special teams duty is one of the most dangerous jobs in an already dangerous profession.