Found December 29, 2013 on NFL Draft Diamonds:
PLAYERS: Matt Flynn
TEAMS: Green Bay Packers
What if the Green Bay Packers make it deep in the playoffs and actually win the Super Bowl?  Could you imagine that if it wasn’t for Matt Flynn, they would not be there? Matt Flynn was once a Green Bay Packer, but after Buffalo released him earlier this year, he somehow found a way back […]
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