Matt Flynn is in the place he thought he'd be up in Seattle, under center and starting. At least for now, and likely the start of the season, the Oakland Raiders will begin offseason workouts with Flynn as their starter, GM Reggie McKenzie announced, via Vic Tafur of the San Francisco Chronicle.
“Two things that I feel are important and that’s presence, as far as leadership and knowing how to move a team down the field, and knowing how to do it,” McKenzie said. “He has all the intangibles and I think he can play the position. He can throw the ball. I think he’s going to be a solid quarterback. Now how good can he be? We’ll figure that out, but I think he’s got a chance to be a good, solid quarterback.”
Flynn, accordng to McKenzie, will still be competing throughout the offseason with Terrell Pryor and any QB they potentially draft, but as of now, and likely beyond, he's the starter of the this team.
No surprise, McKenzie said Matt Flynn is starting QB entering offseason worko...