Brett Hundley expects to follow the same path as Green Bay’s other backup quarterbacks in the past quarter century. As the Packers were taking off for their annual Tailgate Tour of Wisconsin, Hundley said Tuesday he expects Aaron Rodgers to play as long as he wants to — maybe into his 40s. Hundley, a third year pro out of U-C-L-A, says he’s hoping for limited snaps which he says will keep him sharp and increase his eventual trade value. Hundley took 22 snaps in four regular season contests last year. Matt Hasselbeck, Mark Brunell, Aaron Brooks, and Ty Detmer are among the Brett Favre backups who found success as starters with other teams. But it works the other way too, as Matt Flynn struggled with Seattle, Oakland, and Buffalo but had a successful second stint with the Packers when Rodgers was hurt in 2013.