Seneca Wallace Is a Cleveland Brown, but Is Brady Quinn Still the Starter?

March 9, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Cleveland Browns' team president Mike Holmgren made his first bargain with his old team on Monday by trading for quarterback/wide receiver Seneca Wallace.
While not a blockbuster trade—the Browns reportedly only gave up a late round 2011 pick for Wallace—this move does add depth to the roster at quarterback and wide receiver.
How does this tade help the team? And what will happen to Brady Quinn and Brett Ratliff?
Derek Anderson’s roster bonus, coupled with his poor performance, makes it extremely unlikely he’ll still be on the roster in a few weeks, so he doesn’t even figure into this equation.
Ratliff has no career stats at the pro level; he has never taken a snap since the Jets signed him as an undrafted free agent in 2007. This trade would indicate the front office is not interested in developing Ratliff at this point.
Seneca has been good, but not great in his 14 caree...

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