Dan Pompei of the National Football Post mentions that there are multiple teams that are considering Green Bay Packers backup quarterback Matt Flynn. The Packers feel that Flynn is ready to be a starter in the NFL and see him as an all-around winner. Pompei’s source suggests that Flynn could net the Packers a second-round pick.
If that ends up being the case, Green Bay would have three picks between #32 – #64, plus they should get a compensatory pick for losing Aaron Kampman to Jacksonville during last years free agency.
Tennessee Titans’ interest in Green Bay Packers quarterbacks coach Tom Clements created some speculation that the Titans could also be interested in bringing Flynn to work with Clements.
Steve Reed of the Gaston Gazette tweeted that the Panthers plan to “explore all avenues” when asked about the idea of trading for Matt Flynn.
Flynn remains one of the more cost-efficient quarterback options on the market which will ensure that his name will continually be brought up until teams start filling out their rosters.