Packers backup quarterbacks Matt Flynn (10) and Scott Tolzien, background, work during Tuesday's OTA practice at Ray Nitschke Field.
There always will be a part of Matt Flynn that wonders if he received a fair shot at being a starting quarterback in the NFL, but that's not what matters at the moment.
When Flynn re-signed with the Green Bay Packers in April, the seventh-year veteran understood he was being paid to back up his good friend, Aaron Rodgers, and hold off 26-year-old Scott Tolzien for the privilege to do so.
Flynn returned to Green Bay, his fourth and final stop in 2013, in November. His familiarity with the Packers' playbook allowed him to quickly leapfrog Tolzien for the starting job after Rodgers was sidelined with a ...