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Notebook: Packers playing catch-up with backup quarterbacks

8:55 PM, Sep. 5, 2013
Quarterback Seneca Wallace scrambles for a gain during the first half of a preseason game with the Cleveland Browns last season against the Chicago Bears.
Quarterback Seneca Wallace scrambles for a gain during the first half of a preseason game with the Cleveland Browns last season against the Chicago Bears.
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Besides getting quarterback Aaron Rodgers ready to face one of the NFL's best defenses this week, the Packers also assimilating two new backup quarterbacks into their offense just days before the team's first game.

The Packers cut both backups from training camp, Vince Young and B.J. Coleman, and on Monday replaced them by signing Seneca Wallace as their No. 2 and Scott Tolzien to their practice squad.

Ben McAdoo, their quarterbacks coach, will have worked with Wallace and Tolzien for six days when the Packers take the field Sunday at San Francisco for their regular-season opener. ...

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