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Packers Work Out A Trio of Quarterbacks

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Packers Work Out A Trio of Quarterbacks

The Green Bay Packers took a closer look at three free-agent quarterbacks Monday.

According to Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Green Bay worked out Brian Hoyer, Seneca Wallace and Stephen McGee.

Always on the look out for roster improvements, Green Bay is likely giving due diligence to a number of positions.

That said, Graham Harrell botched his first NFL snap two weeks ago, tripping over an offensive lineman at the goal line and fumbling a handoff against the New Orleans Saints.

Hoyer, 26, spent three seasons with the New England Patriots, playing in 13 games. He was released at final cutdowns this August. He stands 6-2 and weighs 215 pounds.

Wallace, 32, has 17 career NFL starts between the Seattle Seahawks and Cleveland Browns. He was released by the Browns at final cutdowns after Cleveland stuck with Colt McCoy behind Brandon Weeden. Wallace (5-11, 205) has 31 touchdowns against 18 interceptions and a 81.3 career passer rating.

27-year-old Stephen McGee (6-3, 215) was selected in the fourth round of the 2009 NFL draft by the Dallas Cowboys. He has played in three career NFL games, including one start.

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woodson4president's picture

I mean...i guess seneca or mcgee would be ok.

Jamie's picture

McGee is atrocious...absolutely atrocuiosis

Doug In Sandpoint's picture

I know that Rodgers has been having his troubles, but I just don't think we should dump him for one of those 3.

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