Seneca Wallace Leaves Game With Groin Injury, Replaced by Scott Tolzien

Aaron Rodgers, Seneca Wallace15Things have gone from bad to worse for the Green Bay Packers.

One week after losing starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers to a broken collarbone, the team’s backup QB, Seneca Wallace, left Sunday’s game with an injury.

Scott Tolzien replaced Wallace, who suffered a groin injury during the first possession of the Packers’ matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles. Wallace’s return to the game was listed as questionable.

Tolzien was signed to the Packers’ practice squad at the beginning of the season, and was moved up to the active roster last week. Sunday will be his first time seeing NFL action.

Wallace complete five passes for 25 yards before leaving the game.

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