Both of the Green Bay Packers backup quarterbacks are free agents. It sure sounds as if only one of them is going to be re-signed. So long, Matt Flynn.
Pearl Jam played Milwaukee on Monday night and of course Green Bay Packers backup quarterback Matt Flynn was main attraction. Of course!
Despite being outplayed by Scott Tolzien in the preseason, Matt Flynn will remain the Green Bay Packers No. 2 quarterback. Because of course he will.
The Green Bay Packers held their Welcome Back Packers Luncheon today at Lambeau Field. Aaron Rodgers and Matt Flynn showed up as The Denim Twins.
Scott Tolzien and Matt Flynn have apparently played to a draw at this point. So could the Green Bay Packers keep three quarterbacks? It’s certainly possible.
Scott Tolzien has pulled even with Matt Flynn in the race to be the Green Bay Packers backup quarterback. With another week like last, it will be his job to lose.
Matt Flynn has some of his mojo back according to his position coach with the Green Bay Packers. Good news if he plans on beating Scooter Tolzien for No. 2.
The Green Bay Packers got a little competition from the New York Giants. That’s apparently all they needed to re-sign backup quarterback Matt Flynn.
The Green Bay Packers haven’t really shown any interest in Matt Flynn, but the New York Giants are now showing a little. So what of the future of Flynn?
The Green Bay Packers want Matt Flynn back in their backup quarterback mix. Or at least coach Mike McCarthy does. He said as much on Wednesday.
Matt Flynn is about to be a free agent, but he has at least one ally with the Green Bay Packers. Quarterbacks coach Alex Van Pelt wants to see Flynn return.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Matt Flynn discusses the comeback with Jim Rome and tells us that he feels vindicated now that he’s playing well again.
The Green Bay Packers have officially named Matt Flynn their starting quarterback for Thursday’s game. They’ve also ruled Aaron Rodgers out. Formality.
The Green Bay Packers are bringing quarterback Matt Flynn back for a second tour of duty. Will Flynn save the season? No, but here’s a look at the signing anyway.
The Green Bay Packers will take a look at Matt Flynn after all. The team will reportedly bring him in for a workout. That said, a reunion still seems unlikely.
Former Green Bay Packers quarterback Matt Flynn is out in Oakland. The Raiders released him today. How about a reunion in Green Bay? Seems logical.
As we predicted, former Green Bay Packers backup quarterback Matt Flynn is headed to the Oakland Raiders. Will this be his shot to start? It looks that way.
Former Green Bay Packers backup quarterback Matt Flynn could be on the move again and may finally get a starting job. We like the Oakland Raiders for Flynn, but Seattle has multiple trade partners.
Matt Flynn left the Green Bay Packers for big money and a starting job. He only got one of the two with the Seattle Seahawks and it looks like he’ll be on the move again. But to where?
Sorry, Matt Flynn fans. The former Green Bay Packers quarterback will not be leading his Seattle Seahawks against his old team. You can thank Russell Wilson.