According to multiple reports, quarterback Matt Flynn has agreed to terms with the Packers on a contract to return to Green Bay in 2014.
Flynn reportedly was set to work out with the New York Giants sometime this week, prior to signing with the Packers.
Flynn had spent 2008-2011 as Aaron Rodgers' backup, before signing with Seattle prior to the 2012 season. He was beaten out by Russell Wilson for the Seahawks' starting job, and moved on to Oakland and Buffalo in 2013, before signing with Green Bay following Rodgers' shoulder injury.
Flynn threw for over 1,100 yards and 7 touchdowns filling in for Rodgers in 2013.
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