Source: Seneca Wallace let go
CLEVELAND -- Colt McCoy only moved one spot on the depth chart.
After months of speculation the Browns would trade him, McCoy wound up staying with Cleveland as rookie Brandon Weeden's backup quarterback when the Browns waived veteran Seneca Wallace on Friday night to get their roster down to the NFL required 53-man limit.
McCoy, who made 21 starts over the past two seasons, lost his job early in training camp to the 28-year-old Weeden, a first-round draft pick. McCoy's future ...
Read full story
The NFL on ESPN.com