Daily Madden: Does Wallace Have A Future With 49ers?In their search for a backup to Colin Kaepernick, the San Francisco 49ers signed a fifth quarterback, former Cleveland QB and Sacramento native Seneca Wallace. "He does have experience and probably experience doing some of the things that the 49ers are doing with Kaepernick," John Madden told the KCBS Radio morning crew.
49ers Sign QB Seneca Wallace To 1-Year DealThe San Francisco 49ers have added another quarterback to the competition to be Colin Kaepernick’s backup, signing nine-year veteran Seneca Wallace to a one-year contract Thursday.
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Colt McCoy Says 49ers Win Now Focus Is Different Than BrownsWhen the Cleveland Browns shipped quarterback Colt McCoy to San Francisco in an early April trade, no one was happier than Colt McCoy. McCoy's been a 49er for about two weeks, but he said he can already see a difference in the way the Browns and the 49ers operate.
Colt McCoy Eager To Get Started With NinersIn Cleveland one day for the start of offseason conditioning, in the Bay Area the next studying his new San Francisco playbook. What a whirlwind 24 hours for Colt McCoy.
49ers Get QB McCoy In Trade With BrownsThe Cleveland Browns have discarded another quarterback. Colt McCoy will start over as a backup in San Francisco.
Browns An Improved Team After 0-5 StartThe Oakland Raiders take on the 3-8 Cleveland Browns this Sunday. While it is a home game at the Coliseum, the contest is not sold out so the lack of a crowd favors Cleveland. Rainy weather is also expected and that also favors the Browns.
Daily Madden: Is Alex Smith A Pro-Bowler?49ers coach Jim Harbaugh said Alex Smith, the sixth-rated quarterback in the conference, should be one of the three NFC Pro Bowl QBs.
Daily Madden: Why Offense Is King In NFL This SeasonThree NFL quarterbacks have a chance to surpass Dan Marino's single-season passing record this season.
Daily Madden: The NFL's Worst Getting BetterWith the second half of the season underway, John Madden sees significant improvement among last year's worst NFL teams, including Detroit, Tampa Bay, St. Louis, Cleveland and Oakland.