Packers reportedly send Aaron Rodgers' backup to Seahawks in exchange for a sixth-round pick.
Both the Packers and Seahawks resolved their backup quarterback concerns with one transaction.
Multiple reports say the Packers are trading Brett Hundley to the Seahawks. The Seahawks will trade a 2019 sixth-round pick to Green Bay, per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Hundley was the Packers' 2015 fifth-round pick. He started nine games for Green Bay last year when Aaron Rodgers was sidelined by a broken collarbone. Hundley threw nine touchdowns and 12 interceptions in a 3-6 start.
The Hundley deal makes it clear that DeShone Kizer will be Rodgers' backup this season.
Seattle's move suggests that Hundley will back up Russell Wilson, replacing Trevone Boykin, and that they don't trust Austin Davis, who they signed earlier this offseason.
Hundley is 25 years old and might still play for several years, but his poor start last season greatly diminished his trade value.
The Packers traded him for a sixth-round pick after league insiders speculated
that they may deal him for a high pick to a team that needed a new starter.