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Packers offensive coordinator Edgar Bennett on Brett Hundley's best attribute: "I think he brings a lot of tools to the table. I think it all starts with his overall preparation and his command in the huddle. You look at the way he's performed in the preseason, I think he's a unique player. Go back to his college days, the plays that he made stood out. We know that we have a player that we have all the confidence in."