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Seneca Wallace injures groin in Packers' loss

The Seneca Wallace era in Green Bay might not last long.

Scott Tolzien entered the game at quarterback for the Packers after Wallace hurt his groin Sunday on the team's first drive against Philadelphia. Wallace was questionable to return, but he never made it off the sideline. 

The injury bug extended to Wallace's teammates. Packers cornerback Casey Hayward hurt his hamstring, while center Evan Dietrich-Smith was assisted off the field with a knee injury. Both players were ruled out for the day.

It's been a rough tilt for injuries on both sides. Eagles offensive tackle Jason Peters returned from a head injury, but then he left with what appeared to be a serious leg/groin injury. Peters had to be helped off the field and did not return.

Linebacker Mychal Kendricks has a right knee injury and did not return. Safety Earl Wolff suffered a knee injury and did not return to the game.

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