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A person familiar with the situation says the New Orleans Saints have cut reserve quarterback Seneca Wallace.
The person spoke to The Associated Press about Monday's release of the 10th-year veteran on condition of anonymity because the Saints have not announced it.
Wallace, whose release was first reported by ESPN, has been competing with Luke McCown to back up Drew Brees. Wallace struggled in his first preseason appearance last Friday against Oakland, completing only three of six passes for 32 yards in his five series leading the offense. He also was intercepted on a tipped pass and fumbled into the end zone, where Oakland recovered for a touchdown.
Wallace also was limited early in camp because of a groin pull and did not play in the Saints' preseason opener.
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The New Orleans Saints have released veteran quarterback Seneca Wallace.
Saints have released QB Seneca Wallace.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 19, 2013
The 33 year-old Wallace hasn’t played since he was with the Browns in 2011. Seems like his career could soon be over.
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According to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter, the New Orleans Saints have released quarterback Seneca Wallace.
Wallace, a ten year league veteran, signed with the Saints in April for just this season. He was slotted to make just $840,000 while competing for the backup job to Drew Brees.
Prior to his short stint with New Orleans, Wallace spent a couple years with the Cleveland Browns...
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