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Seneca is down

October 10, 2010 - Mike McLain
Browns quarterback Seneca Wallace suffered an injury to his lower right leg late in the second quarter against the Atlanta Falcons. The injury occurred when John Abraham sacked Wallace. Abraham beat left tackle Joe Thomas. Wallace sat on the ground for a short time. He then hopped off the field and took a seat on the bench. He pounded the bench a couple of times in disgust. Wallace walked to the locker room at halftime but was limping noticeably. It's the second time this season that Thomas, a three-time Pro Bowl selection has been partially responsible for an injury to a quarterback. He was beaten on pass protection in the season opener against Tampa Bay, which led to Delhomme's ankle injury.


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