The Baltimore Ravens were able to pull out a 10-9 win over the woeful Denver Broncos on Sunday. However, the victory came at a high cost. Pro Bowl quarterback Lamar Jackson suffered a knee injury and was removed from the game. The good news for the Ravens is that his injury is not believed to be season ending, per ESPN. However, he will likely miss some time. To add some depth to their quarterback room, Baltimore has signed former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Hundley.
With Lamar Jackson dealing with a knee injury, the Ravens are signing QB Brett Hundley, per his agent @kenny_zuckerman.
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) December 5, 2022
Brett Hundley Has Been Bouncing Around the NFL
The Green Bay Packers originally drafted Brett Hundley in the fifth round of the 2015 NFL Draft. He spent three seasons with the Packers, starting nine games in 2017 when Aaron Rodgers got hurt. The Packers were 3-6 in his starts, and Hundley threw for 1,836 yards, nine touchdowns, and 12 interceptions.
After the season, the Packers traded Hundley to the Seattle Seahawks. When he became a free agent in 2019, Hundley signed with the Arizona Cardinals. He appeared in three games (no starts) for the Cardinals, completing just five of his 11 passes.
Since then, Hundley has bounced around to various practice squads throughout the NFL. The Cardinals had them on their practice squad in 2020. In 2021, Hundley spent the year on the practice squad of the Indianapolis Colts. This season, Hundley started training camp with the Baltimore Ravens. However, he was cut in August. Last month, he signed with the New Orleans Saints.
However, Hundley was released by the Saints on November 8, less than a week after signing with them.
Brett Hundley will likely serve as the backup to Taylor Huntley while Lamar Jackson is out, which I am sure will not be at all confusing.
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