Published: May 28th, 2010 | Tags: Cleveland Browns
The Browns brought in veteran quarterbacks Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace in the offseason, and while Delhomme may get the starting nod, Browns coach Eric Mangini has been impressed enough with Wallace that he may not want to keep him on the bench for long.
“I don’t think you could rule out the possibility of having them both play,” Mangini told the The Plain Dealer after organized team activities Thursday. “I think Seneca has had a really nice camp. It’s a different style than Jake’s, which is good because it puts some different pressures on the defense.
“Seneca gives you some flexibility to do some things, just like Jake has certain things that he does. If you can incorporate them both in a plan that makes sense, that works, then that could be a good thing. Then you have a guy like Josh Cribbs, he presents different problems. Now you put Josh Cribbs and Seneca in the game together, they can present different problems.”
Other news Around the Web on Friday:
- According to the Detroit News, Lions coach Jim Schwartz had to break up a scuffle between guard Stephen Peterman and defensive tackle Landon Cohen near the end of Thursday’s practice. “That was Greco-Roman wrestling — that wasn’t boxing,” joked Schwartz.
- Eagles guard Max Jean-Gilles told the Philadelphia Inquirer that he’s lost 30 pounds since undergoing lap-band surgery during the offseason. “Weight is not going to be an issue for me this year,” said Jean-Gilles, who weighed 388 pounds before the procedure .
- Dolphins WR Davone Bess wears No. 15, and he has no plans to surrender his number to new teammate Brandon Marshall, according to the Sun Sentinel. “It’s just a lot deeper than what it seems to be. … For me to go through what I went through with that number, it speaks measures.”