NFL free agency is already running wild. The free agent season opened on Tuesday and the courting of players is in full swing. Many teams are attempting to line up meetings with players or offer them contracts right away. One of the players who is attempting to be lured by at least a couple of teams is Matt Flynn.
Flynn served as the backup quarterback for the Green Bay Packers since being drafted by the team in the seventh round of the 2008 NFL draft. Last season, he famously started a late-season game over regular starter (and NFL Most Valuable Player) Aaron Rodgers and set all-time Packers records with 480 passing yards and six touchdowns in Green Bay's Jan. 1, 2012, win over the Detroit Lions.
Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel is reporting that both the Miami Dolphins and the Cleveland Browns are negotiating with Flynn as of Tuesday evening. Both teams are expected to exchange contract offers with Flynn's agent.
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