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A more realistic McKenzie has now acknowledged to NFL.com's Ian Rapoport that Flynn is going into the offseason as the "presumed starter."
Although fourth-rounder Tyler Wilson is an intriguing prospect for a team without a proven starter, McKenzie concedes that the rookie will start out "at the bottom until he can maneuver his way up by his play."