GREEN BAY, WI (WHBL) - Seneca Wallace is out for the season, and his short tenure in Green Bay could be over. The Packers placed the 33-year-old quarterback on injured reserve Tuesday to make room on the roster for Matt Flynn. Flynn was signed on Monday as a backup to Scott Tolzien, who will start Sunday's Packer game against the Giants at New York. The Packers will start practicing for that contest today. Wallace relieved Aaron Rodgers in the November fourth home loss to Chicago. Last Sunday, Wallace injured a groin on the first series, and Tolzien replaced him as the Packers lost at home to Philadelphia. The Packers signed Wallace at the end of training camp after cutting backups Graham Harrell and B-J Coleman. Media reports say Wallace will end up making about 660-thousand dollars for the season, as his base salary dropped because of his injured reserve status. With a veteran's exemption, the Packers will reportedly take a salary cut hit of around 430-thousand dollars.