Seattle Seahawks Reportedly Willing to Trade QB Matt Flynn

January 23, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Seattle Seahawks handed Matt Flynn a three-year, $26 million deal last offseason, hoping that he would become the quarterback of their future. One season and zero starts later, he appears to be on his way out of town.
Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports had the scoop:
While Seattle has told QB Matt Flynn they are willing to trade him, finding trade partner is problematic because several expect he'll be cut
— Jason Cole (@JasonColeYahoo) January 23, 2013 Flynn earned that gaudy contract on the strength of his excellent play in limited time with the Green Bay Packers. Despite starting only twice in four years, Flynn's Packer career ended with a 62.1 completion percentage, over 1,000 yards and nine touchdowns.
The highlight of that brief tenure came in Week 17, 2011, when Flynn started in Aaron Rodgers' place against the Detroit Lions. He looked every bit the part of a starting QB that afternoon, finishing with 480 yards and six touchdowns on 31-of-44 passing.

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