I love the guy, but those shots to the head must have affected his ability to reason.Report: Packers eye Trent Green as backup
The Green Bay Packers are looking at former Pro Bowl quarterback Trent Green to become Aaron Rodgers' backup, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
The team is interested in signing a veteran backup closer to Brett Favre's age. Favre is 38, and Green will turn 38 on July 9.
Green is expected to talk with the team soon and possibly set up a visit, his agent told the newspaper.
The quarterback, who was released by the Dolphins last month, already has met with the St. Louis Rams and New Orleans Saints, and the New York Giants have expressed interest in him.
Green suffered a severe concussion in the 2006 season opener playing for the Kansas City Chiefs against the Cincinnati Bengals. He started the first five games of the 2007 season for the Dolphins before having another concussion.
The Packers also are looking at 37-year-old Mark Brunell, the Journal Sentinel reports.