Player Outlook
Until Hundley finds meaningful playing time, Fantasy managers shouldn't bother adding him to rosters.

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Fantasy News

  • Brett Hundley: Joining Ravens' practice squad

    Baltimore signed Hundley to its practice squad Monday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. With star signal caller Lamar Jackson's (knee) status up in the air, the Ravens saw fit to bring Hundley on board to provide some emergency depth at quarterback. Unless Jackson and Tyler Huntley are both sidelined simultaneously at any point, Hundley should remain on the sidelines.
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  • Brett Hundley: Joins New Orleans' practice squad

    The Saints signed Hundley to their practice squad Wednesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Hundley hasn't appeared in a regular-season game since 2019 with Arizona, but he continues to bounce around the league on practice-squad deals. Andy Dalton and Jameis Winston were both active for Week 8, so Hundley will likely just serve as an emergency option.
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  • Brett Hundley: Released by Baltimore

    The Ravens released Hundley on Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports. Hundley was cut by the Ravens on Tuesday in order for the team to get its roster down to 85 players. The veteran's release comes just a few months after the quarterback was signed as an extra arm for offseason workouts. Hundley will look to earn his spot on the roster of a team looking for depth at the quarterback position ahead of the 2022 season.
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  • Brett Hundley: Returns to Colts' practice squad

    Hundley reverted to the Indianapolis practice squad Monday. Hundley was added to the roster ahead of Week 17 in case Carson Wentz wasn't able to make it back from the COVID list in time. The 28-year-old last saw NFL action in 2019 with the Cardinals.
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  • Colts' Brett Hundley: Inactive Sunday

    Hundley (coach's decision) is inactive Sunday against the Raiders. Hundley had been moved up the active roster from the practice squad, with Carson Wentz' status for Sunday up in the air due to him being in COVID protocols. However, with Wentz clearing protocols and drawing the start against the Raiders, Hundley will not be needed.
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  • Brett Hundley: Will operate as backup Sunday

    The Colts plan to elevate Hundley from the practice squad to serve as the No. 2 quarterback behind Carson Wentz in Sunday's game against the Dolphins, Mike Wells of ESPN.com reports. Hundley previously served as the backup quarterback during the Week 3 loss to the Titans while Wentz played through a pair of sprained ankles. Wentz appears to have avoided any setbacks coming out of that contest, but Hundley is still on track to receive another promotion to the roster ahead of the weekend. The Colts seemingly view Hundley as a more NFL-ready option than 2020 fourth-round pick Jacob Eason.
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  • Brett Hundley: Reverts back to practice squad

    Hundley reverted back to Indianapolis' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. Hundley was active for Sunday's contest, but he didn't see the field as Carson Wentz played through a pair of sprained ankles. The Colts appeared to favor Hundley over Jacob Eason as the primary backup, so the UCLA product may get another shot on the 53-man roster by the end of the season.
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  • Brett Hundley: May bump up from practice squad

    The Colts will likely elevate Hundley from the practice squad if Carson Wentz (ankles) is unable to suit up for Sunday's matchup against the Titans, Kevin Bowen of 107.5 The Fan Indianapolis reports. Hundley has nine career NFL starts under his belt and thus boasts more experience than 2020 fourth-round pick Jacob Eason, but it looks like Hundley would only be bound for backup duties in the event that Wentz is ruled out for Week 3. Still, head coach Frank Reich declined to officially name Hundley or Eason as the favorite for a spot start if Wentz can't go, so Indianapolis' quarterback situation will warrant monitoring in deeper fantasy formats, especially two-QB or superflex leagues.
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  • Brett Hundley: Back on practice squad

    The Colts signed Hundley to the practice squad Wednesday, Joel A. Erickson of The Indianapolis Star reports. Hundley will be available as an emergency quarterback option for the Colts, which is particularly noteworthy with Sam Ehlinger (knee) set to miss up to six weeks. The 28-year-old signal-caller didn't suit up for a single game in 2020.
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  • Brett Hundley: Waived by Colts

    Hundley was waived by the Colts on Tuesday, Jim Ayello of The Indianapolis Star reports. It's the latest sign the team expects Carson Wentz (foot) to be ready for Week 1. Wentz, Jacob Eason and Sam Ehlinger (knee) are the remaining quarterbacks on the roster, with Ehlinger expected to be out until October. Meanwhile, Hundley could be a match for the Colts' practice squad if he isn't claimed off waivers by another team.
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  • Seahawks' Brett Hundley: Signing with Cardinals

    Hundley is expected to sign a one-year contract with the Cardinals, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Hundley didn't see the field for a single snap while backing up Russell Wilson in 2018. He'll figure to compete for a backup role behind starting quarterback Josh Rosen while in Arizona.
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  • Seahawks' Brett Hundley: No offensive reps in 2018

    Hundley didn't record an offensive snap in 2018. The Seahawks sent a sixth-round pick to Green Bay in exchange for Hundley in August but he wasn't needed, as Russell Wilson played every game for the seventh straight season. Hundley will become an unrestricted free agent in March and projects as a serviceable backup quarterback wherever he lands.
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  • Packers' Brett Hundley: Scores on ground in preseason game

    Hundley completed six of nine passes for 77 yards and had two carries for 12 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's preseason game against the Steelers. Hundley was the first quarterback to see action after Aaron Rodgers led the first drive, and he was effective while playing three series, leading the Packers to points on each occasion. Hundley and fellow reserve quarterback DeShone Kizer have both played well during the preseason and continue to compete for the backup spot behind Rodgers.
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  • Packers' Brett Hundley: Looks good in preseason start

    Hundley started Thursday's preseason win over the Titans and completed nine of 14 passes for 108 yards. He tossed a touchdown and also threw an interception in the contest. With Aaron Rodgers being held out, Hundley got the nod over fellow quarterback DeShone Kizer, and it was a successful night outside of the interception and a fumble, which the Packers recovered. Hundley made several quality throws, including a perfect 48-yard bomb to Davante Adams to set up the Packers' first score of the night. Kizer also played well, and the two remain essentially neck-and-neck to open the season in the backup spot, with Hundley holding the slight edge given his experience in the Packers' system.
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  • Packers' Brett Hundley: On roster bubble

    Hundley appears to be on the roster bubble for the Packers heading into training camp, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports. Hundley underwhelmed in his nine starts last season while Aaron Rodgers missed time with a broken collarbone, a disappointing development given the 2015 fifth-round pick had spent over two seasons in the Green Bay system learning under the two-time MVP. The Packers seemingly acknowledged their disappointment in Hundley this offseason by trading cornerback Damarious Randall to the Browns in exchange for DeShone Kizer, who by most accounts is the favorite to secure the No. 2 gig in advance of Week 1. Hundley's best chance at sticking around seems to be as a third signal-caller, though it seems rather unlikely that the Packers would retain more than two players at the position.
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  • Packers' Brett Hundley: Will remain starter in Week 17

    Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said Sunday that Hundley would remain the team's starting quarterback Week 17 against the Lions, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports. "Not sure why you'd want to pull the quarterback," McCarthy said. "There's a lot more going on than just the quarterback." Though the Packers were shut out for the second time in Hundley's eight starts in Saturday's 16-0 loss to the Vikings, McCarthy noted that a slew of dropped passes from the team's receiving corps contributed to the signal caller's demise. As a result, the Packers won't turn the offense over to backup Joe Callahan, but it will be difficult nonetheless to bank on Hundley turning in a solid performance in the season finale, especially with his top two wideouts -- Davante Adams (concussion) and Jordy Nelson (shoulder) -- at risk of missing the contest. Hundley has had a few positive moments while filling in for the injured Aaron Rodgers (collarbone), but his 5.7 yards per attempt and 8:10 TD:INT ratio render him a lower-tier fantasy option.
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  • Packers' Brett Hundley: Tosses three scores in win

    Hundley completed 35 of 46 passes for 265 yards and three touchdowns, adding seven carries for 31 yards, in Sunday's 27-21 overtime win in Cleveland. Hundley found a wide-open Jamaal Williams for a 30-yard score on the opening drive, but the Packers were shut down for the rest of the first half. The Green Bay offense came back strong after halftime, eventually tying the game in the closing seconds on a one-yard Davante Adams touchdown that was set up by a 65-yard punt return. DeShone Kizer then threw a gift of an interception early in the extra period, and Adams then took a screen pass 25 yards into the end zone to finish the game. It's unclear if Hundley will get another start, as Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) is eligible to return from injured reserve for a Week 15 game in Carolina, pending clearance from doctors to play.
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  • Packers' Brett Hundley: Still locked in as starter

    Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said that Hundley will continue to start at quarterback in the absence of Aaron Rodgers (collarbone), Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports. "Brett Hundley's our starter," McCarthy said. "I believe in Brett Hundley. [Sunday's 23-0 loss to the Ravens] didn't go very well, obviously. We understand the standard that's been set here. We're all part of it. Brett Hundley's part of that, too. So we'll burn the tape." Hundley suffered through a disastrous four-turnover, six-sack performance Sunday, but he was far better the previous week in a 23-16 road win over the Bears. While his own play has been unimpressive, Hundley likely is better than Joe Callahan, who went undrafted in 2016 and has yet to make his NFL debut. Hundley could struggle to bounce back from the horrid outing when the Packers head to Pittsburgh to take on the 8-2 Steelers in their Week 12 contest.
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  • Packers' Brett Hundley: Full practice Wednesday

    Head coach Mike McCarthy said Hundley (hamstring) will practice in full Wednesday, Michael Cohen of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Hundley emerged from Sunday's win over the Bears with a hamstring injury, but McCarthy isn't worried about the quarterback's health for the first practice of the new week. Assuming he gets through the rest of the week unscathed, Hundley will have a tough task on his hands in a Week 11 matchup against the Ravens and their third-ranked pass defense.
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  • Packers' Brett Hundley: Injures hamstring Sunday

    Hundley suffered a hamstring injury during Sunday's 23-16 win at Chicago, Pete Dougherty of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports. Hundley seemed more settled than the first two starts of his career, completing 18 of 25 passes for 212 yards and one touchdown. For good measure, he converted one third down in the fourth quarter via a 17-yard run, which he followed up with a 19-yard dart to Davante Adams two plays later to put the Packers ahead 23-13. Only seconds before the two-minute warning, Hundley seemed to put the game away for good, hitting Adams down the right sideline for 42 yards to put the Packers at the doorstep of the red zone. In the four games in which Hundley has received significant action this season, he's posted a 61.2 completion percentage, 175.3 passing yards per outing, two touchdowns versus four interceptions, 8.5 YPC and two rushing TDs. As a result, his health should be monitored ahead of a Week 11 matchup against the Ravens. An absence would place Joe Callahan in line for his first NFL snaps.
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