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Report: Packers will work out Matt Flynn

Nov. 11, 2013
 
Then backup QB Matt Flynn against Detroit Lions' Kyle Vanden Bosch at Lambeau Field on Jan. 1, 2012.
Then backup QB Matt Flynn against Detroit Lions' Kyle Vanden Bosch at Lambeau Field on Jan. 1, 2012. / File/PackersNews.com
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The Packers will work out quarterback Matt Flynn today, according to ESPN. Flynn, who served as Aaron Rodgers’ backup from 2008 to 2011, was recently cut by the Buffalo Bills.

Seneca Wallace injured his groin in the first series of Sunday’s game against the Eagles, leaving the Packers with just one healthy quarterback, Scott Tolzien.

If Wallace isn’t healthy enough the play this week, the Packers must sign another quarterback to back up Tolzien, who coach Mike McCarthy named his starter for this week's game against the New York Giants.

Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone a week ago against the Chicago Bears and isn’t expected to return until December.

It’s unlikely the Packers would keep four quarterbacks on their 53-man roster, so Wallace would likely be placed on injured reserve if he’s not available this week.

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