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Before the injury to Seneca Wallace’s groin the Packers were scheduled to have Matt Flynn in for a workout Monday, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Ed Werder. The Packers want to evaluate the health of the elbow on Flynn’s passing arm. The Packers injury woes continue to happen. I expect them to sign […]
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Green Bay quarterback Seneca Wallace exited in the first quarter after suffering a groin injury Sunday against the Eagles.Fantasy Spin:His return is questionable. Scott Tolzien is now in at quarterback for the injury-plagued Packers.
Seneca Wallace has left Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles with a groin injury.
The Packers are already without Aaron Rodgers who suffered a fractured collarbone in Monday’s loss to the Chicago Bears.
UPDATE: Seneca Wallace has a groin injury and his return is questionable. Scott Tolzien is in at QB.
— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLONFOX) November 10, 2013
The Packers made the homecoming rumors official late Tuesdayafternoon, announcing the signing of Matt Flynn to be the teams backupquarterback.Flynn had been in Green Bay for a workout on Monday,and itwas widely expected that hed sign with the team for which hed played from2008 through 2011. Hell likely be the Packers backup quarterback once again though this time not for Aaron Rodgers...
Scott Tolzien threw for 280 yards in relief of Seneca Wallace in Sunday's 27-13 loss to the Eagles. Tolzien will be the team's third starter in three weeks after using three in 22-plus years.
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Packers quarterback Seneca Wallace left Sunday's game with the Philadelphia Eagles with a groin injury, and his return was questionable.
That left Green Bay with Scott Tolzien at quarterback with Aaron Rodgers already out with a left collarbone injury.
Wallace, like Rodgers in last week's loss to the Bears, left after the first series. He appeared to get hurt after being...
Things are dire for the Packers now.
Seneca Wallace has a groin injury and is questionable to return. Scott Tolzien in at QB for the Packers.
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) November 10, 2013
Former Green Bay Packers quarterback Matt Flynn will work out for the team Monday, reports the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Flynn, who was released by the Buffalo Bills last week, will have a chance to show the Packers that his injured elbow is not an issue and that he can lead the team while starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers recovers from a broken collarbone. Mike McCarthy did announce...
Amanda and Chris discuss Aaron Rodgers and Seneca Wallace, as well as Chris’s bad luck, before talking to Brandyn Campbell, the Philly Sports Muse, about Packers vs. Eagles this weekend.
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The Green Bay Packers have had a little trouble keeping quarterbacks healthy lately with Seneca Wallace going down Sunday against the Eagles. Scott Tolzien finished the game, and while he didn't exactly suck the Packers didn't look too hot against a mediocre Philadelphia team.
Matt Flynn is expected to be resigned, but who knows what limits the team was willing to go...
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said Tuesday on his radio show on 540 AM ESPN that he never gives up hope on playing. “I would like to be back this week,” he said. “Now, whether that is realistic or not remains to be seen. I would never rule myself out on a Tuesday. Mike (McCarthy) probably already has. “I have not given up hope playing any week. It depends on...
Everything about this game screams trap game for the Eagles. Seneca Wallace starting. Playing in Green Bay. Clay Matthews returning.
Yet, I can’t look away from the Eagles. I think the Birds win a close game behind the arm of Nick Foles.
Eagles win, 28-24
I was pumped when it turned out the Eagles wouldn’t have to face Aaron Rodgers. For some reason...
The league continued to get more stratified in Week 10, as the best quarterbacks maintain their impressive displays of prowess and the dregs continue to taint their teams with their bitter taste. Attrition remains a significant challenge for some teams, most notably the Green Bay Packers, who lost their backup quarterback Seneca Wallace to a […]The post CQBR: Backup quarterbacks...
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The Green Bay Packers are going through quarterbacks like toilet paper right now, starting three QBs in three weeks. Aaron Rodgers, Seneca Wallace, Scott Tolzien … the week after that they’re starting Favre, and then Tebow wearing a Favre jersey, and maybe in the last game of the season they’ll cart out a football-playing donkey. It’s bad.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy already has made the decision on who will start next Sunday, and his name is Scott Tolzien. You'll recall, of course, that Tolzien was still on the team's practice squad last week.
He replaces Seneca Wallace, who replaced the injured Aaron Rodgers on Sunday but who injured his groin in the first half of Green Bay's loss to the Eagles.