Monday could go down as one of the busiest offseason ays in the AFC North.
Two developments Monday night include include receiver Terrell Owens planning a visit with the Cincinnati Bengals and the Cleveland Browns trading for Seattle's Seneca Wallace. Both reports are via ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Wallace will rejoin Cleveland president Mike Holmgren, the former coach of the Seahawks. The Browns have been searching for help at quarterback and Wallace was the first move. The team mostly likely will release Derek Anderson before his $2 million roster bonus is due March 19.
What this means for Cleveland's quarterback situation is uncertain. Wallace has been a backup for most of his career, and the team has yet to publicly endorse Brady Quinn. This situation remains fluid, so stay tuned.
Cincinnati's visit with Owens Tuesday will be important, as the team will get a feel of whether he fits with the Bengals. Owens is good friends with Bengals Pro Bowl receiver Chad Ochocinco, who has been lobbying for the team to sign T.O.