Though he’s likely not the long-term answer at the quarterback position, veteran Seneca Wallace is now a member of the Browns.
Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the Browns have struck a deal with the Seahawks for Wallace, who was drafted in 2003 when Cleveland president Mike Holmgren served as head coach in Seattle.
Other terms of the deal are not yet known.
The move means that one of the two top quarterback on the depth chart from 2009 — Brady Quinn and Derek Anderson — undoubtedly will be gone, sooner rather than later. At worst, Wallace will surely be No. 2 on the depth chart.
He also provides an intriguing Wildcat option, especially with Josh Cribbs on the team. Together they could be a Ronnie Brown/Ricky Williams-type combination.