By BOB McGINN
On Tuesday, the Green Bay Packers announced the signing of quarterback Jerod Evans to their practice squad. He became the third healthy quarterback in the organization behind Brett Hundley and Joe Callahan.
Evans (6-2 ½, 232) surprised some NFL personnel people in January by declaring for the draft a year early.
In his only year at Virginia Tech, Evans was the team MVP after leading the Hokies to a 10-4 record. He accounted for 41 touchdowns and set several school records running a spread offense.
One of nine children from Mansfield, Texas, Evans signed with Air Force in 2013...
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