The Packers have traded QB Brett Hundley to the Seahawks in exchange for a 6th-round pick. Hundley struggled in relief of QB Aaron Rodgers last year but has looked better this preseason, completing 62.2% of his passes and averaging 7.1 yards per attempt. He remains an intriguing project and will now get to learn from 1 of the best mobile QBs in the game in Russell Wilson. The Packers, meanwhile, will roll with DeShone Kizer as Rodgers' backup.
Packers QB Brett Hundley (hamstring) put in a full week of practice and isn’t listed on the final Week 11 injury report. He’ll start Sunday’s game but is a lower-end QB2 against a tough Ravens pass defense.
Packers QB Brett Hundley told reporters that he suffered a hamstring injury in Sunday's win over the Bears. He was able to play through it, but it'll be a situation to monitor this coming week. Hundley turned in his best performance of the season today, completing 18 of 25 passes for 212 yards, 1 TD and 0 INTs.
The Packers ended QB Brett Hundley's slide in the 5th round of the 2015 NFL Draft. Hundley was considered a probable 1st-round pick a year ago but failed to take a step forward in 2014. His accuracy, pocket presence and coverage reading all need improvement. He'll have plenty of time to work on those things as he sits behind Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay. Hundley obviously doesn't have any short-term fantasy value and might need to get out of Green Bay in order to procure any long-term value. But he remains an intriguing dynasty stash because of his top-notch athleticism. Hundley ran for 1,747 yards and 30 TDs in 3 seasons at UCLA and has 4.6 speed.