Matt Flynn left the Green Bay Packers for the Seattle Seahawks to be a starter. He didn’t count on former Wisconsin Badger Russell Wilson showing up, though.
Former Green Bay Packers backup quarterback Matt Flynn hasn’t impressed the Seattle Seahawks. He’ll enter training camp as the back up to one Tarvaris Jackson.
Matt Flynn with get his chance to start with the Seattle Seahawks. Flynn signed a three-year deal with Seattle, who beat out Miami for the quarterback’s services.
Green Bay Packers backup quarterback Matt Flynn wants to sign with the Miami Dolphins, but the team is handling the situation like they got a lesson from Matt Millen. At this rate, they’ll probably end up with David Garrard.
With Peyton Manning seemingly signing elsewhere, the Miami Dolphins are ready to ramp up their pursuit of Green Bay Packers backup quarterback Matt Flynn. Seattle has is making a run at him first, though.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers thinks highly of his backup and soon-to-be free agent Matt Flynn. At least that’s what he tried to convey this week. His comments make Flynn sound pretty average though.
See ya later Matt Flynn! That’s what the Green Bay Packers said today when they decided not to place the franchise tag on the quarterback. By doing so, they also said see ya later to a high draft pick in this year’s draft.
The Green Bay Packers are going to tag quarterback Matt Flynn. Wait! No they’re not! It’s become completely evident no one knows what they’re talking about when it comes to Flynn. Here’s the argument why he won’t get the franchise tag and us throwing up our hands.
The franchise tag and the Cleveland Browns are now in play for Green Bay Packers backup quarterback Matt Flynn. There’s also the dilemma of the tag-and-trade vs. the compensatory pick. Here’s the rundown.
We break down the structure of tight end Jermichael Finley’s new contract, what it means for him and what it means for the Green Bay Packers. Finley’s new deal may also have an impact on quarterback Matt Flynn. Here’s how.
The Green Bay Packers are in a precarious position with their free agents right now. They have three players who could potentially merit the franchise tag — Jermichael Finley, Scott Wells and Matt Flynn. Here’s the breakdown and how it might play out.
Matt Flynn is about to cash in. After serving as Aaron Rodgers’ caddy with the Green Bay Packers, Flynn will apparently get $10 million on the open market. Here’s a look at his prospects.
The Washington Redskins are among three teams rumored to be interested in Green Bay Packers backup quarterback Matt Flynn. The Redskins don’t appear to be at the front of the race, though. We break it down right here.
The Green Bay Packers are in a near impossible situation if they had any plans to sign and trade backup quarterback Matt Flynn. They don’t have the salary cap room to for Flynn and the other players they’d like to re-sign.
Is it possible we have a WAG war in Green Bay? Today, we’ve got Green Bay Packers backup quarterback Matt Flynn’s WAG Lacey Minchew. She’s quite accomplished on the beauty pageant scene and she’s ultra-hot. Here’s a gallery.
It seems like a good possibility Green Bay Packers backup quarterback, who is set to be a free agent, could follow offensive coordinator Joe Philbin to the Miami Dolphins to be their new starting quarterback. Here’s the breakdown.
The Seattle Seahawks, who need an upgrade at quarterback, seem to love Green Bay Packers backup Matt Flynn… or at least the fans and media do. Seattle seems like a logical landing spot for the free-agent-to-be.
The Green Bay Packers will likely bid farewell to several veterans this offseason. Here’s a look at who could be on the move and why.
After backup Matt Flynn had success against the Detroit Lions on Sunday, some people suggested the Green Bay Packers starting quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, was a system quarterback. They’re idiots and we’re going to tell them about it.
Green Bay Packers backup quarterback Matt Flynn may eventually end up playing for another team, but he sounds content to stay in Green Bay at the moment. Flynn’s name consistently comes up in trade rumors and has since he got his first NFL start in week 15 of the 2010 season and threw for 251 yards and three touchdowns