The Green Bay Packers have announced the signing of veteran QB Seneca Wallace.
Wallace, 33, was recently released by the 49ers and there were some rumors that he might call it a career and retire, but those were later refuted.
The Packers also added Scott Tolzien to their practice squad, so they should have a decent idea of what the 49ers offensive will look like come Week 1.
Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee reports that QB Seneca Wallace has no plans to retire from the NFL.
“That is not my understanding,” said agent Don Yee. “My understanding is that Seneca will continue his football career but that there was a discussion about his situation particularly with the 49ers.”
According to the San Francisco Chronicle, QB Seneca Wallace informed the 49ers that he intends to retire from the NFL.
“It’s something that was his decision,” HC John Harbaugh said. “He felt strongly about it. I don’t talk people out of that. I’ve never seen it done on game day, but I wish him well.”
Matt Barrows reports that a league source has informed him that the 49ers intend to release QB Seneca Wallace following their final preseason game.
Wallace didn’t generate a lot of interest before he signed with the 49ers, so it might take an injury for him to get another shot.