3 results for tag: Seneca Wallace


A Visit with Seneca Wallace

The Seahawks picked Wallace in the 4th round of the 2003 NFL Draft, and he would see his game first action in the 2005 season as a backup quarterback and spot wide receiver. He started 8 of 10 games in 2008 when Matt Hasselbeck was sidelined with an injury, with 11 touchdowns over that span. Wallace would go on to play 2 seasons (2010-2011) with the Cleveland Browns and the 2013 season with the Green Bay Packers before retiring from the NFL.

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Legends & American Flag Football

Several Seahawks Legends will be on the football field this week with eyes on a $1 million dollar prize. The Ultimate Final of the American Flag Football League features QB Seneca Wallace's Godspeed team against the Fighting Cancer team on Thursday, July 19, at BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston, Texas. The game begins at 5:00 pm PT on the NFL Network. Two more Seahawks Legends join Wallace on the Godspeed team: RB Justin Forsett and DB Josh Wilson. Wallace and Wilson were Seahawks teammates in the 2007-2009 seasons, and Forsett was teammates with Wallace and Wilson in the 2008-2009 Seahawks seasons. Godspeed advanced to the Ultimate Final with ...

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Next Stop, Wingstop for Seneca

Seahawks Legend quarterback Seneca Wallace will open his first Wingstop restaurant in Ames, Iowa, this month, with a second location following this summer in Des Moines. The Ames Wingstop is owned and operated by Wallace, a former star quarterback for Iowa State University, who went on to achieve success as a professional quarterback for the Seahawks (2003-2009). Wallace also played for the Cleveland Browns (2010-2011) and Green Bay Packers (2013). “I owe a lot to this great city, having started my football career down the street at Iowa State, and it’s a great feeling to return home and give back to the community by opening a Wingstop ...

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