WESTFIELD, Ind. (AP) — The Indianapolis Colts have signed veteran quarterback Brett Hundley, one day after the team said Carson Wentz would be out indefinitely with an injured foot.
Hundley has played for Green Bay, Arizona and Seattle. He has played in 18 games and started nine in his six-year career.
He brings a stabilizing presence to a team that started training camp with four quarterbacks. Wentz, however, was the only one to have thrown an NFL pass.
The team announced Hundley’s acquisition on Saturday afternoon in a news release.
Indy also signed defensive tackle Joey Ivie.