Packers QB Wallace leaves game with groin injury

The Associated Press
Packers QB Wallace leaves game with groin injury
Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy and Aaron Rodgers watch as quarterback Seneca Wallace warms up before an NFL football game against the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday, Nov. 10, 2013, in Green Bay, Wis. (AP Photo/Mike Roemer)

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- Packers quarterback Seneca Wallace left Sunday's game with the Philadelphia Eagles after the team's first series with a groin injury and his return was questionable.

That left Green Bay with Scott Tolzien at quarterback with Aaron Rodgers already out with a left collarbone injury.

Wallace, like Rodgers in last week's loss to the Bears, left after the first series. He appeared to get hurt after being chased out of the pocket after completing a third-and-14 pass to Brandon Bostick at the Eagles 35.

Tolzien, who played at Wisconsin in college, was just signed off the practice squad this week.

The Packers later lost cornerback Casey Hayward (hamstring) and center Evan Dietrich-Smith (knee). Dietrich-Smith's injury forced Green Bay to move guard T.J. Lang to center.

For Philadelphia, linebacker Mychal Kendricks (knee), left tackle Jason Peters (quad) and safety Earl Wolff (knee) were all knocked out of the game following first-quarter injuries.