The Browns currently have Jake Delhomme and Colt McCoy under contract at quarterback, although no one really expects Delhomme to be back in 2011 under the current terms of his deal.
That means the Browns should be searching for quarterback alternatives. One option would be to bring Seneca Wallace back; he knows the West Coast system that Pat Shurmur is set to install.
“If I do go back [to Cleveland], hopefully it’s a chance to compete for the starting position,” told ProFootball Weekly recently.
Wallace said it was too early to tell if they wanted him back. He also said he would welcome the changes Shurmur brings, saying last year’s offense lack an identity.
“We had no foundation in the offense,” Wallace said.
Something tells us Wallace’s desire to start may not particularly help his chances of returning to Cleveland.