Browns starting QB Jake Delhomme missed practice again Thursday as he nurses an injured ankle. Head coach Eric Mangini said Delhomme has made progress with the ankle which he hurt while throwing one of two interceptions in the season opener against the Buccaneers last Sunday.
Backup QB Seneca Wallace has been practicing with the first-team offense this week.
The way we see it
Wallace is a capable backup with 14 career starts to his credit. He brings mobility to the QB position, something Delhomme does not. The Chiefs' defense played well against Chargers QB Philip Rivers, who, like Delhomme, is not known for his mobility, so K.C. would have to prepare for Wallace's ability to run. If Wallace starts and Delhomme can't play, rookie Colt McCoy would be the No. 2 QB.