Dan Pompei of National Football Post has heard that the Seahawks backup QB Matt Flynn could “on the move” next season one year after signing a three-year deal worth $19.5 million and includes $10 million guaranteed.
Rookie Russell Wilson has clearly displayed that he’s a long-term solution at quarterback, so it would make sense for Seattle to shop Flynn around to see if anyone is willing to part with a reasonable amount of value in return for him. A number of NFL teams are in need of help at quarterback, but it’s hard to say that anyone would be willing to step up and offer a lot for Flynn. Flynn has a $5.25 million base salary for next season, which only incentivizes a trade further.
The Kansas City Chiefs could be a possible destination seeing as the team is dire need of a new quarterback and new head coach Andy Reid is likely to employ a “West Coast Offense” next season. Packers executive John Dorsey is also the leading candidate for the team’s GM job, so he’s more than aware of