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.
The Green Bay Packers were interested in former Tampa Bay quarterback Jsoh Freeman. That is, if they hadn't re-signed Matt Flynn. Interesting choice...
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.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy suggested the team will draft their backup quarterback this year. He also said he wants four QBs in camp, which is good for Matt Flynn.
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.
The Green Bay Packers have a boatload of free agents entering the 2014 offseason. Here's who they are and their prospects for the future in Green Bay.
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.
This is the world's smartest Green Bay Packers fan and he has the perfect plan. He wants to trade Aaron Rodgers and ride Matt Flynn to glory. Great idea!
It could be another long week for Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. He hasn't been cleared to play yet. The game plan is being designed for Matt Flynn.
James Jones says the Green Bay Packers are going to get it done this week. That is, moving the offense through the air. We have our doubts about that.
Injured Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers saw a doctor earlier today, but didn't get the news he wanted. Rodgers hasn't been cleared for Sunday.
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.