The New Orleans Saints announced the signing of 9-year vet Seneca Wallace to backup their franchise quarterback Drew Brees. Some might be wondering why the Saints would take a chance on a quarterback who didn't play a game last year for any team, and why they bothered signing Luke McCown in the offseason.
I was able to talk to Michael Goldman—Seneca's PR agent—and he said, "Seneca has been patient during the process. We had interest from a few teams but the Saints organization is second to none. Seneca is extremely excited to to begin this next chapter of his career."
Here are my top five reasons why Saint's fans should also be excited about Wallace's new chapter in New Orleans.