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November 10, 2010 - Mike McLain
BEREA -- Browns coach Eric Mangini didn't name a starting quarterback for Sunday's game against he New York Jets at his Wednesday press conference.
The way it currently stands is that Colt McCoy will get the majority of snaps in practice. Seneca Wallace is getting close to being healthy from a sprained ankle. He practiced Wednesday, but only took an estimated one-fourth of the snaps.
It's shaping up similar to last week, when Wallace wasn't able to practice at all. If a quarterback takes only one-fourth of the snaps, it's doubtful he'll play.
It looks like McCoy will get his fourth straight start.
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