As soon as it was learned that Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was going to miss at least a month with a crack in his left collarbone, there was speculation that the team could look to add former Rodgers back up Matt Flynn, who was coincidentally released from the Buffalo Bills earlier in the day.
The Packers decided against placing a waiver claim on Flynn and they seem poised to move forward with Seneca Wallace for at least one week, but that doesn’t mean that Flynn will not return to Green Bay.
As it turns out, the team plans to bring Flynn in for a private work out, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.
There is some concern from the Packers and teams around the league that Flynn has an injury to his throwing arm, but if he can prove that he is healthy the team could ultimately decide to bring him back on board.
In the meantime, they will roll with Seneca Wallace as the starter and former practice squad quarterback Scott Tolzien as their primary back up.