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Matt Flynn 'looks good' in Green Bay Packers workout

Matt Flynn will get his chance at a Green Bay Packers reunion.

The quarterback worked out for the Packers on Monday, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel first reported the news.

Rapoport reported last week that Green Bay would check out Flynn "soon." We now know the Packers meant one day after a 27-13 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.

"(Flynn) went through his workout this morning. (He) looks good," McCarthy told reporters Monday. "That's really all I have for you right now. Everything else is a work in progress. ... A lot of the information that you need to make decisions is still coming in, so we're still trying to put it all together."

Rapoport also mentioned Monday that veteran signal-caller John Skelton will head to Green Bay for a workout. If the Packers sign Flynn or Skelton, it would be as a backup to Scott Tolzien, whom coach Mike McCarthy already chose as the starter for next week.

Flynn has had elbow issues, so signing him is not exactly a done deal. If the Packers do sign him, it would be a signal that Seneca Wallace, who started Sunday but played only one series, might move to the injured-reserve list with a groin injury. The Packers likely wouldn't want to use up four roster spots for quarterbacks.

Flynn had his best days (two big ones) in Green Bay under McCarthy. He has been cut twice already this season -- by the Oakland Raiders and Buffalo Bills -- after failing to win the job in Seattle last season. The Packers declined to claim him off waivers last week.

Tolzien is the starter, at least for now. If the Packers do sign Flynn as the backup, he should be able to jump right in and function in the Packers' offense if Tolzien gets hurt or struggles.

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