Browns QB Seneca Wallace wants to a be a mentor to younger quarterbacks, but only if he is the starter. (Rob Carr/Getty Images)
The game of quarterback musical chairs in the Cleveland Browns camp probably won't end until a starter is named.
For now, rookie Brandon Weeden is handling the first-team duties and that leaves an uncertain future for quarterbacks Colt McCoy and Seneca Wallace.
Wallace said in May that he is willing to be a mentor to Weeden, but only if he is the starter.
Since that is no longer the case, Wallace is not sure if he will ask for a trade and said there is probably not room for him with Weeden and McCoy still on the roster, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
McCoy said his mindframe is clear when he is out on the field.
"When I come out to practice, in my mind I'm the starter," McCoy said at practice Tuesday.