Seahawks general manager John Schneider mentioned that they may end up keeping quarterback Matt Flynn for another season, according to Paul Imig.
“We have a model that includes (keeping) Matt; our primary model,” said Schneider.
Flynn, 27, is due $5.25 million ($2 million guaranteed) in 2013. There have been rumors circulating for months that he would likely get traded at some point during the offseason, which is still a very plausible scenario.
Schneider’s comments seem to be more in line with insinuating that they’re desperate to move Flynn. Previous reports have indicated that they would like to add a quarterback with a similar skill set to Russell Wilson.
It’s hard to say what kind of market there will be for Flynn, even though there aren’t a lot of quality quarterback’s available. Only the Seahawks and Dolphins should interest in Flynn a few years ago, so it’s doubtful that the number of suitors has grown all that much.
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