Written by Paul Jackiewicz
The Green Bay Packers have once again developed a quarterback that may be ready to take on a starting job with another team in the NFL.
The Packers have developed quarterbacks in the past such as Matt Hasselback, Aaron Brooks, Mark Brunell and Kurt Warner.
This time around its Matt Flynn, who came in this past season at times and looked good for a 7th round draft pick from a few years ago.
The Packers believe Flynn is ready to start but obviously can’t put him in that position with Super Bowl MVP Aaron Rodgers as the current starter. Some people within the Packers organization believe they might be able to get a second round pick in return for Flynn by trading him this off-season.
One team that may explore acquiring Flynn are the Carolina Panthers who say they will explore all options regarding quarterbacks.
Also the Tennessee Titans also remain as an option for Flynn to potentially land in a trade.