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Seneca Wallace Agrees to Split Contract with Packers

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Seneca Wallace Agrees to Split Contract with Packers

Details of Seneca Wallace's contract with the Packers was published at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel website Wednesday.

Wallace's contract is similar to the one signed by Vince Young, with his full salary worth $840,000 for one year.

According to Bob McGinn, of JSOnline,

 "If Wallace goes on injured reserve, his base salary would be cut to $408,000."


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Al Katraz's picture

Always the cheap huh Ted.

Evan's picture

Right? He should have given him $10 million a year just cuz...

aNEWpackersJERSEY's picture

The advantage and mystique that comes from being taught by the Packers and their staff on how to be a better quarterback in this league is well worth it. Seneca, Hasselbeck, Aaron Brooks, Matt Flynn, Mark Brunell, Brian Brohm and friends, all agree. Similar to the reason Matt effin Cassel got a job after working with the Pats staff.

markinmadison's picture

That might make sense if Wallace's career was going somewhere. It ain't.

wisconsinexile's picture

In fairness, they said the same thing about Kurt Warner. I almost never write someone off. I wouldn't bet on Wallace pulling off a late career surge, but I like to leave myself room to be pleasantly surprised.

I bleed Green More's picture

You have to love TT he does a great job.

retiredgrampa's picture

I'll wager TT cuts coupons at the market.

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