Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy continues to insist that his team won’t be bringing in an experienced quarterback to compete with Brett Hundley as Aaron Rodgers recovers from a broken collarbone. In fact, the Packers head coach says he hasn’t even been privy to discussions with front office personnel that would indicate an interest in doing so. “From the time Aaron’s been injured I’ve never once been involved in a conversation about bringing in a veteran quarterback,” McCarthy said on Thursday, per Rob Demovsky of ESPN. “From the Minnesota [game] to here today, the direction that we’re going with the quarterbacks is Brett Hundley and the guys we have here.” This vehement denial comes amid reports that the Packers had eyes for former San Francisco 49ers starter Brian Hoyer before he signed with the New England Patriots earlier this week.