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Packers’ QB Breaks Racial Barriers

The NFL may be 94 years old, but there are still racial boundaries to break. Seneca Wallace made history on Nov. 10 as the first Black quarterback to start for the Green Bay Packers. Wallace told TMZ Sports, "It's a great honor to be the first African-American quarterback to start for the Green Bay Packers.”

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