In a clear sign that he does not have player personnel say, Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy just recently indicated that he wasn’t involved in the team’s decision-making process to bring in another veteran quarterback.

“FROM THE TIME AARON’S BEEN INJURED I’VE NEVER ONCE BEEN INVOLVED IN A CONVERSATION ABOUT BRINGING IN A VETERAN QUARTERBACK,” MCCARTHY SAID, VIA ESPN’S ROB DEMOVSKY. “FROM THE MINNESOTA TO HERE TODAY, THE DIRECTION THAT WE’RE GOING WITH THE QUARTERBACKS IS BRETT HUNDLEY AND THE GUYS WE HAVE HERE.”

Green Bay failed to add Brian Hoyer to the mix on Wednesday after he was released by the San Francisco 49ers. Instead, the veteran rejoined his former Patriots squad to replace Jimmy Garoppolo as Tom Brady’s primary backup.