I’m more than willing to help [Brandon Weeden]. [...] I’ve been a team guy for 10 years, I’m more than willing. You know and everybody else knows from the outside that this kid’s got to play. At the end of the season they evaluated the games that I played, they evaluated Colt on the two seasons that he started here in Cleveland so they made the decision to better this team. [...] I know that my job now going into my tenth season and being in this offense is to prepare Brandon Weeden and make sure that he’s ready to go on day one.
- Browns quarterback Seneca Wallace in an interview with 92.3 The Fan’s Andy Baskin and Jeff Phelps. In 2011, Wallace obtained a reputation for his unwillingness to help quarterback Colt McCoy, believing that he deserved a chance to be the starting quarterback of the team.