He was with the Packers, and Rodgers loved him.
Probably a pretty good hire. He had Flynn as the backup to Rodgers for a couple of years, and he played well enough within our offense to get a huge deal when he left.
But then he had Taysom Hill. It could just be that the Packers in general are unimaginative with talent like that, but AVP presumably played a role in failing to realize what a valuable asset Hill was. Not only as a viable backup, but as a ST player and a rover.
We drafted Hundley with pretty high expectations. He had a few years to develop Hundley before he needed to see the field, and he flopped... hard.. Hundley is still in the league as a backup. I'm not sure if that means that someone else has gotten something out of him or not, but worth mentioning.