For now, it appears the Green Bay Packers' quarterback rotation without Aaron Rodgers has been settled.
The Packers announced Tuesday they have picked up quarterback Jerod Evans, a free agent, and added him to the practice squad.
Evans, 6'3" and 232 pounds, was in the Philadelphia Eagles system for four days in May but released after being placed on injured reserve.
He started for Virginia Tech last year and combined for 4,392 yards and 41 touchdowns through the air and on the ground.
The Packers named Brett Hundley the starter and moved Joe Callahan to the active roster after Rodgers suffered a broken collarbone Sunday. He may be out for the season.