Green Bay Packers backup quarterback Brett Hundley was expected to see most of the snaps in Sunday’s Hall of Fame game against the Indianapolis Colts in Canton, Ohio. But Hundley suffered an ankle injury in practice earlier this week and was a spectator during Wednesday night’s practice.
Coach Mike McCarthy said Hundley got “nicked” in practice, but he wouldn’t go into detail on the injury and declined to say whether he expects Hundley to play on Sunday night.
Starter Aaron Rodgers may not play at all. If Hundley can’t go, then most of the reps would go to third-stringer Joe Callahan.
McCarthy also said none of the other PUP players, Jordy Nelson, Ty Montgomery, Jared Cook, Corey Linsley and Sam Barrington are ready to return to practice.
Running back James Starks was back at practice on Wednesday night after sitting out Monday.