Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that QB Seneca Wallace “wouldn’t want to be the Browns no. 3” quarterback and adds that Wallace isn’t sure if “he’d ask for a trade” out of Cleveland.
The report suggests that Wallace still feels he can be effective as a starter in the NFL, even though he’s been relagated to being a backup quarterback in the past.
There’s still a chance that QB Colt McCoy could be dealt instead of Wallace, considering that McCoy was being shopped during the draft after the Browns selected QB Brandon Weeden in the first round. Trading McCoy would require another team to offer some value in return for the young quarterback, but that doesn’t likely at this point in time, barring a serious injury.