Day 7 of The Mike Wallace Watch was even quieter than the previous six. If there was any doubt about whether the Pro Bowl wide receiver meant business by refusing to sign the Steelers' $2.7 million restricted free-agent tender or report to camp, there's none anymore.

Unlike the mandatory reporting day last Wednesday or the first full practice Thursday or even the day a press conference was held to recognize fellow receiver Antonio Brown's new contract Saturday, the name "Wallace" was barely heard across the St. Vincent College campus Tuesday. The longer this persists, you get the feeling the more ready the Steelers are to move on without their speedy receiver.

Who's here: On campus, everyone on the active roster except Wallace. All but a handful have been taking part in practices on the field, too, including wide receiver Paul Cox, who was signed as a free agent on Tuesday. After going undrafted, Cox spent the past few months with the San Diego Chargers before being released last week.

Who's not: Wallace is the only player who has not reported, but six players have yet to participate in a practice. The PUP list remains what it was when camp began: RB Rashard Mendenhall (knee), LBs James Harrison (knee) and Jason Worilds (wrist), NT Casey Hampton (knee), OT Max Starks (knee) and S Damon Cromartie-Smith (shoulder). Tomlin indicated on Tuesday that Cromartie-Smith would be removed from the PUP list Wednesday. The only other players who missed practice Tuesday were TE Heath Miller (ankle) and rookie CB Terry Carter (hamstring). OT Bridger Buche was waived Tuesday to create roster room for Cox.

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