NFL Roster Cuts: Browns Cut Seneca Wallace

According to several reports, including Patrick McManamon and Tony Grossi, the Browns have cut quarterback Seneca Wallace.

The move all but assures Colt McCoy of the back-up QB job and that he won’t be traded. Thaddeus Lewis will likely make the 53-man roster as the third string QB.

After the game last night, Wallace hinted that there was a possibility that ‘something would have to happen’ in order for him to be on the roster, whether that was a contract renegotiation or a trade.

Wallace spent the last two seasons with the Browns, starting seven games. He threw six touchdowns and four interceptions during that span.

[Related: Browns release David Sims, Dan Gronkowski]

  • Warburton MacKinnon

    Hey the front office cut the right guy,I am amazed,though you want to take a bet who would’ve been cut if Lerner was still gonna be the owner?

  • mgbode

    because Lerner was so hands on with the roster?

  • BuckeyeDawg

    Good. I was done with this guy as soon as he made his comment last season about not helping McCoy. Might sound petty, but if you’re not here to help the TEAM win, I don’t want you here. Don’t let the door hit, you, Seneca…

  • The_Real_Shamrock

    I feel bad for Mike Holmgren.

  • Harv 21

    Despite the fact that the 32 year-old overpaid journeyman had undergone such a quick and dramatic attitude adjustment, from “why should I help the team by helping the young starter, I should be the starter” to “Hey everybody, I’m happy to help the rookie starter in any way I can – just, uh, don’t terminate my contract.”

    Who saw that coming.

  • Yep. His illegitimate son Seneca will have to follow him to the next stop.

  • BenRM

    But now who’s going to mentor Weeden???!!?!!

  • Big Z

    When, oh when, will the Browns rid themselves of Colt McCoy!?

  • AJ Feely

    He never made such a comment. He said he wasn’t a mentor and every Coltaholic twisted his words, trying to blame everything and everyone one for Colt’s failures.

  • Warburton MacKinnon

    No,because Holmgren would be safe,and thus Seneca would have been safe.