Wallace: This team may not be big enough for both of us

QB says Browns may be not able to keep both him and McCoy. Terry McCormick

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Seneca Wallace believes he sees the writing on the wall in Cleveland, and says he doesn't believe the Browns would have room for both him and Colt McCoy on the roster behind Brandon Weeden.

Wallace tells the Cleveland Plain Dealer as well that he doesn't want to be the No. 3 quarterback on the roster behind both Weeden and McCoy if it comes to that.

"We all know the third guy doesn't dress on Sundays," said Wallace, "and if that comes down to that decision, obviously neither (he or McCoy) wants to be that third guy.''

Wallace said doesn't know if he will ask for a trade if it gets to that point, but his comments certainly makes for interesting possibilities surrounding the Browns quarterback situation entering training camp.

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