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Brett Hundley signed a one-year deal with the Cardinals on Sunday.
Hundley will back up starter Kyle Murray after agreeing to a one-year deal with Arizona on Sunday. He threw for 49 yards across three games for the Cardinals last season. Most of Hundley’s action came when Murray exited Week 16 early due to a hamstring injury. The 26-year-old QB is mainly a handcuff for Murray in two-quarterback or super-flex league formats.
Brett Hundley completed 4-of-9 passes for 49 yards in the Cardinals' Week 16 win over the Seahawks.
He also rushed six times for 35 yards. Hundley replaced Kyler Murray (hamstring) in this one and it's unclear if the number-one pick from April's draft will be able to play in Week 17. That would give Hundley the start against the Los Angeles Rams.
Brett Hundley will reportedly sign a one-year deal with the Cardinals.
Hundley got some starts in Green Bay when Aaron Rodgers was injured two years ago but failed to impress. He was the backup to Russell Wilson in Seattle last year and for now he'll back up Josh Rosen in Arizona.
The Green Bay Packers are trading quarterback Brett Hundley to the Seattle Seahawks for a sixth-round draft pick, according to NFL insider Ian Rapoport on Twitter.
The trade means Deshone Kizer has now cemented himself as the backup to Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay, while Seattle probably views Hundley as a developmental quarterback behind starter Russell Wilson. Hundley is a mobile quarterback in somewhat of the mold of Wilson, so it's possible that head coach Pete Carroll believes that he can development Hundley into more than what we saw of him when he got opportunities to play in Green Bay.
Brett Hundley went 6-of-9 for 77 yards through the air but made his biggest contributions on the ground with two carries for 12 yards including a 10-yard TD run in the second quarter against the Steelers.
Hundley and Deshone Kizer are in a heated battle for the backup QB spot during the preseason and both QBs have played fairly well through the first two games. Neither will have any value unless Aaron Rodgers suffers another injury this season.