To say the San Francisco 49ers have been disappointed with their backup quarterbacks would be an understatement.
They’re most likely going to continue to be disappointed with them, despite their most recent announcement that they have signed Seneca Wallace.
Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter:
49ers announced they have signed QB Seneca Wallace to a one-year deal.
The seven year NFL veteran last played in 2011 as a member of the Cleveland Browns, starting three games, throwing two touchdowns and two interceptions in the process.
Wallace had signed with the New Orleans Saints earlier this offseason, though was released by the team earlier this week giving way for the Niners to sneak in.
The 49ers had become so irritated with the play of Colt McCoy and Scott Tolzien in recent weeks that they hinted rookie B.J. Daniels could be given the backup duties to Colin Kaepernick, however, the addition of Wallace could throw a wrench into that idea.
Either way, it’s a clear sign that one of those four will not be on the roster in the coming weeks.