Browns QB Seneca Wallace Likely to Make Second Start on Saturday
With Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy still recovering from a concussion, fans can expect to see back-up Seneca Wallace make his second start of the season this Saturday against the Baltimore Ravens.
Wallace played well against the Arizona Cardinals last Sunday, completing 18 of 31 passes for 226 yards and a touchdown. However, Wallace and the rest of the offense faltered late in the second half, unable to keep the offensive rhythm that it had built throughout the other three quarters of the game.
Head coach Pat Shurmur says it’s still too early to rule McCoy out for Sunday – or for the rest of the season – but it’s looking more and more likely that Wallace will take the reins on Saturday and possibly for the season finale against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
– Two more Browns on IR: Linebacker Titus Brown (knee) and tight end Alex Smith (shoulder) were both placed on injured reserve on Tuesday. With those moves, the Browns were able to promote linebacker Brian Smith from the practice squad and sign tight end Dan Gronkowski, brother of the record-setting New England Patriots’ tight end Rob Gronkowski