When the signing of Matt Flynn became official on Tuesday, the Wallace season's came to an end in Green Bay.
Examining Seneca Wallace's time as a starter from his time in Seattle and Cleveland and now in Green Bay as he prepared to take over for Aaron Rodgers.
Details of Seneca Wallace's contract with the Packers was published at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel website Wednesday.
Wallace will be the backup quarterback to Aaron Rodgers as the Packers get ready for their Week 1 showdown with the San Francisco 49ers.
For better or worse, the Packers appear to be going with the veteran Wallace as their backup to starter Aaron Rodgers.