GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The Green Bay Packers' backup quarterback carousel has not stopped spinning. After releasing both of their top reserves -- first Graham Harrell and then Vince Young -- over the past week, the Packers were left with only 2012 seventh-round pick B.J. Coleman to take snaps behind starter Aaron Rodgers. Now, not even that is true.
Coleman was released by the team Monday morning, according to a report by the Green Bay Press-Gazette. It's possible that the Packers could be looking to send Coleman to the practice squad for a second consecutive season, but that remains unclear after it appeared that Green Bay had already offered that spot to former Wisconsin Badgers and San Francisco 49ers quarterback Scott Tolzien.
Replacing Coleman on the Packers' 53-man roster will be 33-year-old quarterback Seneca Wallace, ESPN's Ed Werder reported. Wallace spent one week with the 49ers in training camp this year but asked for his release. San Francisco coach Jim Harbaugh stated that Wallace didn't want to play football anymore, but Wallace later said he had no plans to retire yet.
Wallace was a fourth-round draft pick in 2003 by the Seattle Seahawks. After seven seasons in Seattle, Wallace played three years with the Cleveland Browns. Wallace signed with the New Orleans Saints this offseason but was released on Aug. 19. It was then that he joined the 49ers, but only for one week.
In his career, Wallace has completed 59.2 percent of his passes for 4,808 yards with 31 touchdowns and 18 interceptions.
When Wallace officially becomes a member of Green Bay's roster, he'll be the second-oldest player on the team behind defensive lineman Ryan Pickett.
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