The Pittsburgh Steelers will not consider trading holdout wide receiver Mike Wallace.

"Mike Wallace is not available for trade," Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert told ESPN, responding to trade rumors surrounding the receiver.

Mike Wallace failed to report to training camp Wednesday and the team reportedly has suspended long-term contract negotiations with him.

Wallace, a restricted free agent, has been offered a one-year tender worth $2.472 million by the Steelers. He is the NFL's only restricted free agent who has not signed a deal.

The fourth-year player, who was selected to the Pro Bowl last season, cannot practice until he signs a contract.

Wallace caught 72 passes for 1,193 yards last season. He has 171 catches for 3,206 in three NFL seasons.