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Seneca Wallace Has High-Ankle Sprain, Will Undergo 'Aggressive' Rehab

The situation has gone from bad to worse for the Cleveland Browns quarterbacks. Seneca Wallace, who has started the last four games for the injured Jake Delhomme, was injured in the first half of yesterday’s 20-10 loss to the Falcons.

Wallace was diagnosed with a similar injury to Delhomme, though he says he is going to do whatever it takes to play.

As for Delhomme, he required pain-killers just to be the backup yesterday, and ended up re-injuring the ankle. It is looking like Delhomme will be unavailable for another ‘extended period’.

That leaves rookie Colt McCoy to be the starting quarterback when the Browns travel to Pittsburgh this Sunday. The team also signed Brett Ratliff to back up McCoy should he need to start.

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