Cleveland’s potential starting quarterback didn’t cost much.
The Browns only gave up a 2011 seventh-round pick to Seattle for Seneca Wallace, according to Mark Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer. The pick can improved to a sixth-rounder based on playing time.
We know the Seahawks didn’t have much use for Wallace, but this is a steal for the Browns. Wallace is regarded higher by Cleveland than their in-house options or any free agent quarterback.
Wallace is a big part of Mike Holmgren’s 2010 plans, and he obtained him for the price of a slappy to be named later.