GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - Former Packers' quarterback Matt Flynn was reportedly planning to audition for his old team Monday.
Green Bay will need a second healthy quarterback for next Sunday's game with the Giants at New York, if Seneca Wallace cannot return from the injured groin he suffered in Sunday's home loss to Philadelphia.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel said the Packers could sign Flynn, if they believe that a previously injured elbow has healed enough. Then if Wallace gets healthy late in the week, the Packers could decide which one would be the better choice to back up Scott Tolzien.
The ex-Wisconsin Badger has already been named the Packers' starting quarterback for the Giants' contest, after he threw for 280 yards and a touchdown in his regular season debut.
Flynn set a Packer record with six touchdown passes in the 2011 regular season finale in which Aaron Rodgers rested -- but Flynn has accomplished virtually nothing since, with stints at Seattle, Oakland, and Buffalo.