Backup quarterback Seneca Wallace has been let go by the Cleveland Browns, according to multiple reports.
Wallace's departure in Cleveland comes as a bit of a surprise, at least on the surface, as many speculated that Colt McCoy would be the odd man out, once he lost the starting job to rookie Brandon Weeden.
The Browns also let go of tight ends Evan Moore and Dan Gronkowski among their cuts.
With Wallace's release, the backup quarterback market is beginning to get saturated. Just today Wallace, Brian Hoyer, Mike Kafka and Josh McCown have all been released. Earlier in the week, the Bills released Vince Young as well.
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