Veteran quarterback Seneca Wallace will join Matt Flynn and Terrelle Pryor in the Raiders quarterback room, according to both CBSsports.com and NFL.com.
Wallace, 32, is a nine-year veteran with 17 NFL starts. He played the last two seasons for the Cleveland Browns after playing seven with the Seattle Seahawks.
Wallace reportedly is preferred over Tyler Thipen, who also worked out for the Raiders.
The Raiders typically don’t announce deals until the signed contract is at the facility and general manager Reggie McKenzie approves release of the news.