As one quarterback comes in for the Cleveland Browns, another leaves town. The teams also swapped picks in the fourth and fifth rounds, meaning the Packers moved to the top of those rounds.
Kizer, who went 0-15 as a starter and led the National Football League with 22 interceptions during a straining rookie season, will compete for Green Bay's backup job behind star Aaron Rodgers.
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Hundley, meanwhile, was a keen disappointment with his play after Rodgers broke his collarbone October 15 at Minnesota.
The Notre Dame product had a rough rookie season, as he found himself in and out of the lineup in what would be just the second 0-16 season in National Football League history. McCarthy stood by him, however, and the coach's patience seemingly paid off as Randall bounced back and played well in the weeks that followed. However, his 22 interceptions led the league. He did a lot of really good things. Adding him to the roster doesn't tip their hand should they have been looking at a couple players in the draft, like possibly Ohio State cornerback Denzel Ward or Alabama free safety Minkah Fitzpatrick. He also rushed for 419 yards and five touchdowns, but lost six fumbles.
The Green Bay Packers adding depth to the quarterback position Friday.