The Raiders may not be done with making changes at the quarterback position.
Bryan May of News10 Sacramento reports that Oakland is scheduled to meet with former Seahawks and Browns quarterback Seneca Wallace.
Drafted in 2005 by the Seahawks, Wallace backed up Matt Hasselbeck in Seattle. He was a starter for a portion of 2008, when he threw for 1,532 yards and 11 touchdowns in 10 games.
Wallace was traded to the Browns in 2010, where he was trumped by injuries for two seasons before being released after the 2012 preseason.
The Raiders recently struck deals to acquire Matt Flynn from the Seahawks and trade Carson Palmer to the Cardinals, effectively swapping quarterbacks.
If Wallace is signed, he would have to compete with both Flynn and Terrelle Pryor for playing time at quarterback.