While the Baltimore Ravens attempt to smooth over their relationship with starting quarterback Lamar Jackson, they’ve shored up their depth chart by signing veteran quarterback Brett Hundley, which they announced on Thursday.

Hundley will join Tyler Huntley and Anthony Brown in OTAs while Jackson is sitting those out for the time being.

Currently entering his eighth season in the NFL, Hundley was initially a 2015 fifth-round pick out of UCLA by the Green Bay Packers. After only playing in two games in his first two seasons, he saw a lot of action in 2017 after Aaron Rodgers was injured, starting nine games and going 3-6 with nine touchdowns and 12 interceptions. The next season he was traded to the Seattle Seahawks before spending two seasons with the Arizona Cardinals. Hundley spent last year with the Indianapolis Colts organization until his contract expired.

Hundley was sued by his ex-wife in 2020 for alleged battery and domestic violence, amongst other things. He denied the allegations.

The quarterback hasn’t played an NFL game since 2019 and is likely to be competing for one of the final spots on the depth chart for the Ravens this season. If he makes the team he’ll most likely split time between the active roster and practice squad, depending on how the season shapes up.

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