Seneca Wallace Injury: Updates on Packers QB's Abductor and Recovery

GREEN BAY, WI - NOVEMBER 10: Seneca Wallace
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Alex KayCorrespondent IJune 11, 2016

Green Bay Packers quarterback Seneca Wallace exited his team’s Week 10 game against the Philadelphia Eagles with a groin injury.

Wallace—filling in for starter Aaron Rodgers, who was out with a broken collarbone—suffered the injury in the first quarter after attempting a pass.

Updates from Monday, Jan. 6

Wes Hodkiewicz of the Green Bay Press Gazette confirms Wallace underwent surgery:

James Nixon had surgery for torn meniscus and rehabbing. Seneca Wallace had a procedure to repair his abductor tendon. Wants to play next yr

— Wes Hodkiewicz (@WesHod) January 6, 2014

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