Brett Hundley gets another long stint at quarterback, as he played the entire first half in the Green Bay Packers’ 24-10 home win against the L-A Rams in their exhibition finale. Hundley, a third year pro, provided more video for possible trade bait as he completed eleven of 21 passes for 99 yards, one touchdown, and an 81 point two passer rating, and he made a 13 yard touchdown run himself. The Packers saved the second half to test the running game as rookies Aaron Jones ran for 48 yards, Jamaal Williams 31, and Devante Mays 18 on the night, and there were lots of penalties as the Pack was flagged ten times for 94 yards and the Rams eight times for 76. Packers’ receiver Geronimo Allison left with a concussion, safety Kentrell Brice hurt his left shoulder, and top draft choice Kevin King never played with a groin injury. The Packers end their preseason with a 3-1 record, and they must now cut down their roster from 86 players to 53 by late tomorrow.