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Mike Glennon #7 of the Arizona Cardinals passes the ball in a preseason football game against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium on August 26, 2018 in Arlington, Texas. Richard Rodriguez/Getty Images

Brett Hundley was reportedly sent to the Seattle Seahawks by the Green Bay Packers Wednesday morning in exchange for a 2019 draft pick, and he could end up being one of a few quarterbacks that are dealt before the start of the 2018 NFL season. Multiple potential second and third-string signal callers find themselves in trade rumors ahead of Thursday’s Week 4 preseason games.

According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, teams that need a backup quarterback are eyeing the Arizona Cardinals’ Mike Glennon, the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Josh Dobbs and Tom Savage of the New Orleans Saints. There are reasons to believe that all three of those teams would be willing to trade those players.

Glennon is the most logical trade candidate among the three quarterbacks. He’s firmly behind starter Sam Bradford and first-round draft pick Josh Rosen on Arizona’s depth chart. Glennon hasn’t had a very good career since entering the league in 2013, though the Chicago Bears did think enough of him in the 2017 offseason to give him $18.5 million guaranteed and make him the starter for four games.

Savage also began last season as a starting quarterback, but his time atop the Houston Texans’ depth chart came to a crashing halt after he was pulled at halftime of the season opener. He took over for the injured Deshaun Watson later in the season and has made nine starts in the last two years. Savage has performed well for New Orleans this season, going 23-31 for 222 yards and no interceptions.

The Saints could name second-year player Taysom Hill as Drew Brees’ backup after he posted a triple-digit passer rating in two of three exhibition games—he was picked off twice in the other contest. There’s a good chance New Orleans’ backup won’t have to take any important snaps in 2018, considering Brees has missed just two games since signing with the Saints 12 years ago.

Unlike Glennon and Savage, Dobbs has never started a regular-season game. He’ll get his chance to show what he can do Thursday night when he starts for the Steelers in their preseason finale against the Carolina Panthers. With Landry Jones and third-round pick Mason Rudolph on Pittsburgh’s roster, there is no room for Dobbs to back up Ben Roethlisberger.

No quarterback has been involved in more trade rumors than Teddy Bridgewater, but he would cost teams a lot more than the likes of Glennon, Savage or Dobbs. The New York Jets could name Sam Darnold their starter and wait until a starting quarterback gets hurt during the season before dealing Bridgewater.