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Green Bay- It's deja vu' all over again for Packers back-up quarterback Matt Flynn.  Green Bay signed Flynn this week after Aaron Rodgers and Seneca Wallace went down with injuries.  He'll be the back-up to former Badger Scott Tolzien.

Flynn was a Packer from 2008-'11.  His biggest moment was starting in place of Aaron Rodgers in the last game of the 2011 season.  He threw 6 touchdown passes against the Lions in a game that meant nothing in the standings.  On the heels of that performance, Flynn signed a $26 million contract with Seattle ($10 million guaranteed), but he never started a game for the Seahawks.  He was cut by the Raiders and the Bills before coming back to Green Bay. Flynn was fighting an elbow injury, but he says he's ready to play.

"I feel like I'm still the same player I was when I left here. I'm still a confident guy, and a confident player. Whatever I can do to help this team out , and bring some experience to this team.. "Is the elbow any issue at all?" No, no issue at all. I can perform and throw at 100%."



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