Brett Hundley is on the move from Green Bay to Seattle. The Packers have dealt their former backup QB to the Seahawks, who needed some stability at that position behind Russell Wilson. While Hundley is no Russell Wilson, Hundley has similar dual-threat athletic potential that surely attracted Pete Carroll.

It's looking like it will be a sixth-round pick heading to Green Bay, but Hundley was a fifth-round pick himself. 


When the Packers traded for Browns second-year QB DeShone Kizer earlier this offseason, it was clear he was coming in to compete with and potentially replace Hundley. The UCLA product struggled in place of Aaron Rodgers last season, going 3-6 with 9 touchdowns and 12 interceptions in his nine starts for Green Bay. 

This trade does seem to solve the backup quarterback question for both teams, and could also benefit those QBs. Kizer gets a chance at redemption, being able to sit behind Rodgers and learn, rather than being thrown into the fire in Cleveland. And Hundley should fit into the duel-threat mold that fuels Seattle's offense.


If all goes to plan, this will result in better situations for both teams and both young quarterbacks.


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