Buffalo is searching for another quarterback after another injury at the position.
The Buffalo Bills are working out free agent quarterback Matt Flynn, according to Mike Rodak.
Buffalo is in desperate need of a quarterback after watching Thad Lewis suffer a sprained foot against the Cincinnati Bengals in a 27-24 overtime loss. It is unclear whether Lewis can play next week, but if he can not go the Bills would be in a major bind.
Flynn comes in for a workout after being cut by the Oakland Raiders one week ago. He started one game this season against the Washington Redskins and lost, playing poorly throughout.
Flynn entered the league as a seventh round pick by the Green Bay Packers before having an incredible six-touchdown performance in the final game of the 2011 season. From there, Flynn was signed by the Seattle Seahawks to be the starter but lost his job before the season started th then-rookie Russell Wilson.
In the offseason, Flynn was dealt to Oakland. However, Flynn would once again lose his job during the preseason, this time to Terrelle Pryor.
The Bills are without rookie sensation EJ Manuel already after he sprained his LCL in a loss versus the Cleveland Browns. Manuel is projected to be out another 3-5 weeks.
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