The New York Giants need a bit of QB security with starter Eli Manning having ankle surgery and coming off a bad year.
Enter Matt Flynn? According to the NY Daily News, the team has reached out to Matt Flynn about coming in for a workout:
The first stop on their search may be with Josh Freeman and Matt Flynn, two well-travelled veteran quarterbacks who are currently the cream of what is a very thin free agent quarterback crop. Freeman, the former Bucs starting quarterback who was traded to the Vikings last year, may work out for the Giants early next week, a source confirmed, though nothing official has been set up yet.
And the Daily News has learned the Giants have also reached out to Flynn — who spent the end of last season in Green Bay where he worked with former Packers quarterbacks coach and new Giants offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo — and may schedule a workout with him as well.
Matt Flynn seems to be a good teammate and well liked in the league so he keeps getting jobs. He also threw for 1,146 yards with seven TDs and four interceptions in five games last year with the Packers. Look for the Giants to add a veteran QB very soon.