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Delhomme, Wallace sharp early for Browns

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By Mike Wilkening

QB Jake Delhomme's command of the offense and ability to make the correct decisions with the ball in the preseason opener against the Packers caught the eye of one league source who has seen Cleveland up close multiple times in the last year. Delhomme's backup, Seneca Wallace, also impressed against Green Bay, throwing two TD passes. Moreover, Wallace has had a strong training camp, too. While it is still early, the Browns' QB situation — a major concern at this time last season as Derek Anderson and Brady Quinn competed for the job — appears stronger than it did in Eric Mangini's first season, notwithstanding Delhomme's two fumbles and Wallace's interception in pouring rain in the team's second preseason game. The way we hear it, the Browns' passing offense doesn't look like one that's going to be known for stretching the field, but it has the ability to be more precise than it was a season ago. This could bring more balance to an offense that was very much a one-dimensional, run-based attack out of necessity at the end of the 2009 campaign.

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