The Browns have cut quarterback Seneca Wallace and tight end Evan Moore, a league source confirmed today for the Beacon Journal.

The source spoke on condition of anonymity because the Browns have yet to announce the moves.

Wallace and Colt McCoy were competing to become the primary backup to starting quarterback Brandon Weeden. With Wallace gone, McCoy appears to have won the No. 2 job, at least for now.

Free-agent quarterback A.J. Feeley might be an option for the Browns, a Philadelphia sports talk host, Howard Eskin, reported today.

All NFL teams are required to trim their 75-man rosters to 53 players by 9 p.m. today. The Browns, however, don't plan on announcing their cuts until about midnight.

The Browns cut undrafted rookie wide receiver Josh Cooper but hope to sign him to their eight-man practice squad, a league source confirmed. Cooper must first clear waivers to be able to rejoin the Browns.

Defensive lineman Brian Schaefering, cornerback James Dockery, wide receiver Rod Windsor, guard Jarrod Shaw, undrafted rookie defensive end William Green and undrafted defensive tackle Ronnie Cameron all indicated on Twitter that they have been cut.

ProFootballTalk reported that tight end Dan Gronkowski has been cut, and 92.3 The Fan reported that linebacker Benjamin Jacobs has been released as well.