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Packers Seneca Wallace on Sideline with Groin Injury

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It happened again. The Packers could be without their starting quarterback, Seneca Wallace, for the rest of the game.

Gregory Shamus

Apparently, Green Bay starting quarterbacks are only allowed to play for one drive.

Much like Aaron Rodgers a week ago, the Packers lost their starting signal caller after just one possession. According to multiple reports, Wallace injured his groin rolling out of the pocket on the final play of the drive. His return is questionable.

In his stead is former practice squad member Scott Tolzien, the last quarterback on the roster. If he too becomes injured at some point, the Packers would go with either Jordy Nelson or John Kuhn. No, that wasn't a typo.

If it hasn't happened already, expect the Packers to take that look at Matt Flynn soon.

More information is sure to come. Keep your internet machines tuned to Acme Packing Company for the latest Packers news and developments.

Jason Hirschhorn covers the Green Bay Packers for Acme Packing Company. He also serves as a senior writer for Beats Per Minute, and his work has appeared on Lombardi Ave, College Hoops Net, and the List Universe.

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