GREEN BAY, Wis (WSAU) ESPN is reporting that former Packers back-up quarterback Matt Flynn will be in Green Bay today for a try-out. The Packers need a second quarterback after injuries to Aaron Rodgers last Monday night and Seneca Wallace yesterday.
The Packers have said Scott Tolzien as their starting quarterback for next Sunday's game against the Giants. Tolzien was on the practice squad earler this year, and was forced into yesterday's game in the 1st quarter. He threw for 280-yards, with 1-touchdown and 1-interception.
Flynn played for the Packers two seasons ago before leaving as a free agent for the Seattle Seahawks. He failed to win the starting job there, and has since been cut by the Oakland Raiders. Some league insiders say Flynn is recovering from an arm or elbow injuries.
The Packers fell to the Eagles on Sunday, 27-13. They're 5-4 this year, having lost two-in-a-row.