The PFT crew debates whether the Packers can win with Matt Flynn at QB against the Detroit Lions with Aaron Rodgers out another week.
Matt Flynn will be the Packers starting quarterback on Thursday against Detroit, his first start for the Packers since throwing for 480-yards in the 2011 regular season finale.
Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy announced Matt Flynn will start at quarterback for the team's Thanksgiving game against the Detroit Lions in Week 13. Aaron Rodgers remains sidelined due to a collarbone injury. The PackersShow More Summary
Scott Tolzien was benched by Mike McCarthy and Matt Flynn is under center for the Packers.
After failed stints in three different NFL cities, Matt Flynn is back in the role that always fit him best: as the backup quarterback of the Green Bay Packers. On Tuesday, or roughly 22 months after Flynn's last game in Green Bay, the injury-ravaged Packers officially announced the signing of their former quarterback. Show More Summary
Jordy Nelson and Jarrett Boykin have both been fantasy football studs this year, but the offense of the Green Bay Packers is in flux right now with Matt Flynn joining the team, which will likely have a detrimental effect on their fantasy...Show More Summary
It appears as though a former Packers quarterback might get the chance to be a a Packers quarterback once again.
The Packers are reportedly going to be bring in a familiar face for a work out. With Aaron Rodgers injured, Green Bay plans to work out former Packer quarterback Matt Flynn.
The quarterback situation for the Green Bay Packers could quickly be an issue after Monday night. QB Aaron Rodgers departed the game against the Chicago Bears after suffering an apparent shoulder injury. Green Bay is one of the few teams around the NFL which carries just two quarterbacks on their roster. Without further information regarding [...]
For the second time this season, quarterback Matt Flynn has been released by a team.
The Bills could start Thad Lewis, Jeff Tuel or Matt Flynn at quarterback on Sunday. Beyond that, nobody seems to know anything.
Following yet another injury at the quarterback position—this time to Thad Lewis—the Buffalo Bills signed Matt Flynn on Monday after a previously scheduled workout with the team. News of the signing was initially reported by CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora on Twitter: Bills likely to sign QB Matt Flynn, who is working out for the team. Show More Summary
After being released by the Oakland Raiders on Oct. 7, quarterback Matt Flynn has signed with the Buffalo Bills. The team confirmed the news on Monday: QB Matt Flynn signs with #Bills http://t.co/1t625Zt6kU — Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills)...Show More Summary
Injuries at the quarterback position continue for the Buffalo Bills this season. Thad Lewis, signed off the practice squad last week was injured against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday and is dealing with a foot sprain. Buffalo lost Kevin Kolb to a concussion early on and rookie E.J. Manuel is dealing with a knee issue. [...]
The Buffalo Bills plan to workout former Raiders quarterback Matt Flynn.
With the release of Matt Flynn on Monday, the Oakland Raiders have just two quarterbacks on their roster with a paucity of experience between them. Terrelle Pryor has looked impressive in his first four starts this season after winning the starting job this preseason. However, despite being with the team for three years Pryor has…
The free-agent market for recently released quarterback Matt Flynn appears to be cold, and even the team that got him two separate chances to be an NFL starter is hesitant to reunite with him. On Monday, the Oakland Raiders releasedShow More Summary
ALAMEDA, Calif. -- The Oakland Raiders parting ways with quarterback Matt Flynn says more about the team acknowledging a mistake than the cost-conscious franchise trying to save a buck. Because really, the only way the Raiders save any money is if another team signs Flynn, who has a $1.25 million base salary this year and a $5.25 million bonus. Show More Summary
According to John Breech of CBSSports.com, Matt Flynn is no longer an Oakland Raider. After Flynn was traded away from Seattle for a few draft picks in April, he'll most likely be moving on to his third team since heading to the Seahawks as a free agent in March 2012. Being released from a team is never a good thing. Show More Summary
Oakland has reportedly cut ties with Matt Flynn. The 28-year-old quarterback was released by the Raiders on Monday.