The Green Bay Packers have re-signed quarterback Scott Tolzien. The move signals that the Packers have decided who their backup quarterback will be for 2015.
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.
It’s the offseason and that means free agency. Here’s a look at the Green Bay Packers free agents. Two of these guys are going to command some big money.
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 last preseason game means nothing… except to these guys, who are fighting for their NFL lives. Here’s who we’ll be keeping an eye on.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Scott Tolzien has practice squad eligibility again, after the NFL’s rule changes. Does that matter? Not in our eyes.
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.
We’re getting warmed up for the season with a Quick View of the Green Bay Packers’ preseason win over the St. Louis Rams. Here’s what and who stood out.
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 will have a number of jobs up for grabs during their 2014 training camp. We’ll start by looking at the backup quarterback job.
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.
This is far too premature, but people are already talking about the draft. Here’s a look at the holes the Green Bay Packers need to address and some prospects we like to do so.
The good news is Aaron Rodgers is back on the practice field for the Green Bay Packers. The bad news is he isn’t playing this week. Enter Matt Flynn.
The Green Bay Packers look like they won’t have injured quarterback Aaron Rodgers back this week. They need to make a decision between Matt Flynn and Scott Tolzien.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Scott Tolzien didn’t have a lot of highlights on Sunday, but he did have one — this spin move to score the touchdown.
We’re taking a look at the broadcast of the Green Bay Packers loss to the New York Giants. Here are 10 things you might have missed, including buffoonery.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy has already named Scott Tolzien his starting quarterback for week 12, despite five interceptions in two starts.
The Green Bay Packers 27-13 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles was ugly. Here’s what we learned and there are even a few bright spots in five more thoughts.
Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson has a unique philosophy on backup quarterbacks — don’t think about Aaron Rodgers getting hurt. Good one.