Before his time with the Seattle Seahawks and Oakland Raiders, Matt Flynn was Aaron Rodger’s backup in Green Bay.
After a 500-yard performance while filling in for QB Aaron Rodgers, then-Green Bay Packers QB Matt Flynn hit the free agent market by storm. He signed with the Seattle Seahawks, only to be beat out by rookie QB Russell Wilson.
Flynn packed his bags, and next season he was a tad over 800 miles south with the Oakland Raiders. He was a clear-cut favorite, but plummeted to a backup role, and again the free agent market.
Eastward, the Rodgers is sidelined with an injury. In comes his backup, Seneca Wallace, but he gets injured. Third-string QB Scott Tolzien can’t manage the game, and GB faltered in a 27-13 against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Flynn, a free agent, signed with his former team. He won’t start this week, but if Rodgers is sidelined for an extended period of time, Flynn will be back slinging the ball for the Pack.
Matt Flynn is signing with the Packers, per source.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 12, 2013