The Packers are currently showing interest in North Dakota State QB Brock Jensen, ESPN.com's Rob Demovsky reports. According to his agent, the Pack worked out Jensen last Friday, making them the third team to do so.
In his college career at NDSU, Jensen set an FCS record for wins, emerging victorious in 47 of the 52 games he played in. Right now, I'm not sure where he'd fit with the Packers, as they already have two backup-capable hurlers in Matt Flynn and Scott Tolzein on the roster, but since Mike McCarthy did say last month that he'd like a fourth quarterback I guess Jensen heading to the Cheeseheads is a definite possibility. Again, I don't see how it'd help anything, but yea, it could happen.