Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Another team interested in Wallace
By Tim Kavanagh
After being acquired by the Mike Holmgren administration of the Cleveland Browns, QB Seneca Wallace was released by the club on the eve of the 2012 regular season, and failed to land with another team thereafter. However, as teams look to bolster their QB stables this spring, he's been making the rounds looking to catch on with a new franchise. On Monday, he was part of a group of four that worked out for the Seattle Seahawks (his original NFL team), but did not reach a contract agreement with Pete Carroll's club. So what's next?
ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter reports that Wallace is slated to work out for the Oakland Raiders on Wednesday. The Raiders added Matt Flynn to the mix this offseason, and also have Terrelle Pryor on the roster. The interest in Wallace may be an indication that they're not comfortable having Pryor as the lone backup option behind Flynn.