Report: Packers sign backup QB Seneca Wallace, release Coleman
According to multiple reports, Green Bay has tweaked its backup quarterback situation, release B.J. Coleman and signing Seneca Wallace.
Now, Wallace is headed to Green Bay -- who (surprise, surprise) opens its season against San Francisco.
But what happened with Coleman and why is he no longer on the team? Well, as the Press Gazette notes, “Coleman finished the preseason ranked 110th in accuracy and 106th in passer rating among 115 NFL quarterbacks that threw a pass during the preseason.”
So, obviously, that’s not great.
But bringing in Wallace, at least he has the experience to be an effective backup and he perhaps can provide some intelligence into what San Francisco’s offense might be planning for Week 1.
In his eight-year career, Wallace has started 21 of 62 games, going 6-15 and completing 59.2 percent of his passes for 31 touchdowns and 18 interceptions.
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