July 23, 2014

Seneca Wallace and Colt McCoy to re-unite in San Francisco?

The San Francisco 49ers might be interested in talking to recently released Seneca Wallace according to Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com (by way of ProFootballTalk.) Of course that seems ironic to Browns fans that saw the Colt McCoy / Seneca Wallace combination lead to controversy over the Browns’ starting QB spot in Cleveland over the last couple years.

Seneca Wallace was cut by the Browns after the pre-season last year and spent the season out of football before being signed by the Saints this off-season. He was released on August 19th.

Colt McCoy was expected to be the backup to 49ers starting QB Colin Kaepernick after being traded on April 1st 2013. The deal sent the Browns’ 2013 6th rounder and McCoy to the 49ers for 7th and 5th round picks in the 2013 NFL draft.

The 5th rounder was flipped to the Colts for their 4th rounder in 2014 and the 7th was included in the trade that brought the Browns veteran receiver Davone Bess.

Hard to believe all the movement of players and draft picks in the NFL. This is a league where it isn’t uncommon for players to go from presumed starters, to expected backups, to assets used in trades for veteran receivers all in a matter of a couple of seasons.

Seneca Wallace better not ask McCoy for any pointers on the playbook should he end up signing in San Francisco. You know, if that comes to pass and McCoy is still there when Wallace arrives, that is.

[Related: Browns’ Chudzinski praises Joe Haden’s leadership]

  • Vindictive_Pat

    This would be AWESOME.

  • mgbode

    do you think Colt would help Seneca get up to speed on the playbook or is that not his job?

  • maxfnmloans

    I’ll just leave this here…

  • MrCleaveland

    Hey, Colt doesn’t owe it to anybody to be a mentor! (Hahahaha, payback’s a beach!)

  • Natedawg86

    Hey Seneca, go get me a blue gatorade

  • mgbode

    Should be in the related posts for everyone, but in case you missed the rehash:

    http://www.waitingfornextyear.com/2012/01/memo-to-seneca-wallace-this-is-a-team-game/

    Ah Seneca, you cad!