GREEN BAY, Wis. Not even a three-year, 26 million contract last offseason was enough to guarantee former Packers backup quarterback Matt Flynn the starting job with the Seattle Seahawks.
Flynn received 10 million guaranteed from Seattle. But, six weeks later, the Seahawks drafted Russell Wilson, and it was the rookie from the University of Wisconsin who won the starting spot after beating out Flynn.
That leaves Flynn, who will turn 28 years old this offseason, in search of a team that might give him a shot. Fortunately for Flynn, there are always several teams dissatisfied with its starting quarterback.
With Wilson locked in as the starter in Seattle, Flynn could be traded or -- if there's not a deal to be made -- released.
Here are the five teams that could show serious interest in the Packers' all-time leader for passing yards and touchdowns in a single game:
1. Kansas City Chiefs
Kansas City owns the No. 1 pick in this year's NFL Draft, a spot that typically results in a t...