The Packers worked out a couple quarterbacks on Monday, a day after the team suffered another stunning loss, 30-27 to the Colts in Indy.
Among those that worked out were former Browns QB Seneca Wallace, Cowboys QB Stephen McGee, and former Pats QB Brian Hoyer.
Wallace comes with the biggest resume, as he was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in the fourth round of the 2003 NFL Draft. He played college football at Iowa State.
He was traded to Cleveland in March of 2010, and started a couple games last season for the injured Colt McCoy. He was released in August by the Browns.
McGee was drafted by the Cowboys in the 2009 NFL Draft in the fourth round, number 101 overall. In his career he has three touchdowns with no picks, 420 yards, and with a QB rating of 82.4.
Hoyer was signed by the Patriots as an undrafted free agent in 2009 where he played as the back up to Tom Brady until he was released on August 31st of this past preseason. Hoyer played his college football at Michigan State.