PITTSBURGH (93.7 The Fan) – Steelers safety Ryan Clark talks about the upcoming game against Miami, possibly with playoffs at stake.

Clark maintains that former Steelers receiver Mike Wallace has been open for big plays during his first season with the Dolphins, it’s just a matter of making a connection with the quarterback.

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Added motivation for Clark to perform well against Wallace this week is that Wallace is a notorious trash-talker and “I do not feel like hearing him talk,” he said.

Clark says Wallace took a risk on himself in free agency, but it paid off for him in a big way.

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When asked if he thought Wallace was happy with his decision, Clark says, “$30 million guaranteed can help you buy some happiness.”

Even though the Steelers see each other as family and care a great deal about the team, Pittsburgh is a tough place to play mostly due to the fact that the fans have such high expectations, Clark says.

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Listen to more of Clark’s thoughts on the upcoming game against the Dolphins below: