Packers Coach Mike McCarthy bristles at question about possibly signing Colin Kaepernick

Brett Hundley (7) talks with Packers head coach Mike McCarthy during Sunday’s game against the Vikings. (Jim Mone/Associated Press)

For weeks, if not months, every time an NFL team has had a sudden opening at its quarterback position, a debate ensues about whether it should sign Colin Kaepernick. The question arose again Monday in Green Bay, a day after Aaron Rodgers suffered a potentially season-ending injury to his throwing shoulder in a game at Minnesota.

The possibility of Kaepernick signing with the Packers provided two extra dimensions, one being the fact that he grew up in Wisconsin as a fan of the team, and the other being the grievance he filed Sunday, accusing NFL owners of colluding to keep him out of the league.

So perhaps Packers Coach Mike McCarthy should have expected a question about his team adding the former 49ers quarterback when he held a news conference Monday. However, when it inevitably came from a reporter, he did not appear at all pleased about it.

After telling the media that Rodgers would undergo surgery on his broken collarbone, McCarthy discussed the other two quarterbacks on his team’s depth chart: Brett Hundley, a 2015 fifth-round pick out of UCLA who looked shaky in relief of Rodgers Sunday, and

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