The Oakland Raiders decided to part ways with Matt Flynn, who was just recently demoted to third string quarterback. Flynn played for the Green Bay Packers and left as a free agent in 2011 to join the Seattle Seahawks before making his way to Oakland.
While Flynn looks for a new team, at least one team isn’t interested, the Packers aren’t interested in reuniting.
“Personally, I’m very happy with the quarterback room, the way it looks, the people in it,” Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Monday, via ESPN.com. “Obviously Matt was a Packer, very fond of Matt and his time here.
“As far as any roster moves and things like that, I really don’t have any comment on, but I do like Seneca Wallace. I like what he’s done since he’s been here. I feel very good about our quarterback room.”
Interesting considering there were reports that they were one of the teams talking to Josh Freeman when he was available this weekend. There doesn’t seem like there’d be any reason to bring in Flynn. He has failed to win starting jobs in two consecutive training camps and struggled when he did get an opportunity.