Matt Flynn Called 'Most Dangerous Player' In Free Agency

Green Bay Packers quarterback Matt Flynn is scheduled to hit free agency in 2012 and is expected to be one of the most highly-sought after free agents on the market. He could also be one of the most dangerous free agents on the market, according to a report by Peter King of Sports Illustrated.

Two starts, 68 percent passing, 731 yards, nine touchdowns, two picks ... against two playoff teams. That's the maddening thing about Flynn. So alluring, so tempting, so dangerous.

The Packers backup quarterback has come right in for Aaron Rodgers on a few occasions without the high powered offense skipping a beat. "Flynn's the most dangerous player in free-agency,'' one rival GM told King. "The Packers need two teams to compete for him. If not, he's not going to get anything close to real value for him. I think it's too risky to franchise him. His resume's just not that strong.''

For more on Matt Flynn and the Packers offseason head over to the SB Nation blog Acme Packing Company.

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