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Matt Flynn
QB #10
Height:
6-2
Weight:
225
Age:
29
College:
Louisiana State
Experience:
7

Quick Stats (2013):

TDS
7
INT
4
YDS
1,146
RTG
86.1

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SeasonTeamGamesPassingRushingFumbles
GGSCompAttYdsAvgTDIntSckSckYRateAttYdsAvgTDFUMLost
TOTAL 211 341 2,475 7.3 17 10 37 197 88.3 55 79 1.4 1 10 8
2013 GB 5 4 102 166 1,146 6.9 7 4 17 102 86.1 17 61 3.6 0 4 4
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2013 OAK 2 1 22 34 246 7.2 1 1 7 33 83.7 3 4 1.3 0 3 2
2012 SEA 3 0 5 9 68 7.6 0 0 0 0 79.9 4 -5 -1.3 0 -- --
2011 GB 5 1 33 49 518 10.6 6 2 5 18 124.8 13 -6 -0.5 1 1 1
2010 GB 7 1 40 66 433 6.6 3 2 7 38 82.4 9 26 2.9 0 1 1
2009 GB 15 0 7 12 58 4.8 0 1 1 6 36.1 5 -5 -1 0 -- --
2008 GB 7 0 2 5 6 1.2 0 0 0 0 47.9 4 4 1 0 1 0

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Biography

The Green Bay Packers signed QB Matt Flynn on November 12, 2013.

Flynn, a 6-foot-2, 225-pound sixth-year player out of Louisiana State, was drafted by the Packers in the seventh round (209th overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft and played four seasons (2008-11) in Green Bay. During his time with the Packers, he completed 82 of 132 passes (62.1 percent) for 1,015 yards and nine TDs with five INTs for a 92.8 passer rating. Flynn played for Seattle in 2012 and spent time with Oakland and Buffalo this season. He will wear No. 10 for the Packers and WR Chris Harper will now wear No. 13.

Flynn's 2011 Packers bio:

  • Served as the No. 2 quarterback each of the last three seasons, and held for field goals and extra points in separate stints in 2008-09 as well.
  • Started his first pro game in 2010 at New England (11-2) in Week 15, and his 100.2 passer rating in the contest was the highest by any NFL quarterback making his first career start against a team with a 10-2 record or better since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger.
  • Also became the first Packers QB to throw three TD passes in his first career start since Anthony Dilweg posted the same number vs. the Los Angeles Rams on Sept. 9, 1990.
  • Was one of only six rookie quarterbacks in the NFL to throw a pass in 2008.
  • Capped LSU career by leading the Tigers to the 2007 BCS National Championship with a 38-24 win over Ohio State and earned Offensive MVP honors in the game.
  • Finished college career with an 11-2 record as LSU’s starting quarterback.
  • His 31 career touchdown passes rank tied for sixth in school history despite serving as the Tigers’ starting quarterback for just one season.

CAREER: Will handle backup-quarterback duties for the fourth straight season after seeing the most significant action of his career in 2010, highlighted by his first pro start…Had the confidence of the coaching staff to step in whenever he was needed, and he rewarded that faith with a standout performance in Week 15 at New England…With Aaron Rodgers inactive for the first time in his career as a starter (concussion), got the starting nod against an 11-2 Patriots team that entered the game with a league-high 15-game winning streak at home…Completed 24-of-37 passes for 251 yards and three touchdowns with one interception for a 100.2 passer rating in Green Bay’s 31-27 loss, one that came down to the Packers’ final drive in the closing seconds…According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the 100.2 passer rating was the highest by an NFL quarterback making his first career start against a team with a 10-2 record or better since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger…It was the first time the Packers started a QB other than Rodgers or Brett Favre since Sept. 20, 1992, when Don Majkowski got the opening nod against Cincinnati at Lambeau Field…Also became the first Packers QB to throw three TD passes in his first career start since Anthony Dilweg posted the same number vs. the Los Angeles Rams on Sept. 9, 1990…Appeared in seven games in all during the regular season, also seeing significant time in Week 14 at Detroit after Rodgers sustained a concussion in the second quarter…Completed 40-of-66 passes (60.6 percent) for 433 yards, three TDs and two INTs for an 82.4 passer rating…Played in five games at QB in relief of Rodgers in 2009 after seeing action in three contests in his first season, as one of only six rookie quarterbacks in the NFL to throw a pass in 2008… Also served as team’s holder in separate stints from 2008-09…For his career, has completed 49-of-83 passes (59.0 percent) for 497 yards, three TDs and two INTs for a 73.2 rating…Offseason improvement in Head Coach Mike McCarthy’s quarterback school helped him hold onto No. 2 job in 2009 despite very limited preseason action due to shoulder injury…Got the most extensive playing time to that point of his career in Week 16 vs. Seattle, playing the entire fourth quarter and completing 4-of-6 passes for 36 yards, including career-long 17-yarder to convert a third-and-12 and help set up a field goal…Entered rookie training camp in ’08 as No. 3 quarterback behind Rodgers and fellow rookie Brian Brohm, but solid play throughout the preseason (27-of-42, 209 yards, 3 TDs, no INTs, 100.2 rating) earned him the nod as the backup…Down 23-15 in preseason finale vs. Tennessee (Aug. 28), with 2:19 to go, led offense on 85-yard scoring drive that was capped off with a 22-yard TD pass as time expired…On the drive, also scrambled for a 21-yard pickup, completed a 20-yard pass, and connected on a two-point conversion attempt to tie the game, but receiver was unable to get both feet in bounds as the Packers came up short…Made NFL debut in Week 4 at Tampa Bay in ‘08 when Rodgers left the game with a shoulder injury…Played two series against the Buccaneers and completed 2-of-5 passes for 6 yards, his only passing attempts of the season…Was drafted in the seventh round after he finished off his college career at LSU by leading the Tigers to the 2007 BCS National Championship over Ohio State and earned Offensive MVP honors in the game…Had backed up future NFL draft picks JaMarcus Russell and Matt Mauck during his first three years before getting his chance to start as a senior…Finished career with an 11-2 record as a starter for the Tigers…Despite serving as the starter for just one season, still managed to throw for 3,096 yards and 31 TDs during his career.

2010 SEASON: Appeared in seven games with one start, completing 40-of-66 passes (60.6 percent) for 433 yards, three TDs and two INTs (82.4 rating)…Active, but did not play in the other nine regular-season contests…Played in one postseason contest, serving as the No. 2 QB in the other three but not seeing any action…Vs. Minnesota (Oct. 24): Threw a pass on a fake field goal from the Minnesota 37 in the second quarter. Quickly went from holder to a shotgun formation, and his long pass to TE Andrew Quarless appeared to be on target but went incomplete after Quarless stumbled en route to the ball…At Minnesota (Nov. 21): Entered the game in relief of Rodgers with 6:37 remaining and the Packers leading 31-3. Led the offense on a 10-play drive that eventually stalled at the Minnesota 33 with 24 seconds remaining. Completed his lone attempt, a 5-yard pass to WR Jordy Nelson, and also scrambled around right end for a 5-yard gain…At Detroit (Dec. 12): Saw the most extended playing time of his career to that point as he entered the game for Rodgers (concussion) with 1:12 remaining in the first half. Connected on 15-of-26 passes (57.7 percent) for 177 yards with an INT (62.5 rating). Led the Packers to a FG on the opening drive of the second half, finding Quarless for a 20-yard gain on the possession. Engineered an 81-yard march on the next series by completing 4-of-6 passes for 67 yards before he was intercepted by LB DeAndre Levy on a pass intended for WR Donald Driver in the end zone. On Green Bay’s final drive, found WR James Jones for an 18-yard gain to convert a third-and-11, and followed that up with a 14-yard screen to RB Dimitri Nance and a 9-yard toss to WR Greg Jennings. On fourth-and-1 at the Detroit 31, overthrew Jennings on a deep pass down the left sideline as the Packers lost, 7-3…At New England (Dec. 19): Making his first career start in one of the toughest environments in the NFL, completed 24-of-37 passes (64.9 percent) for 251 yards and three TDs with one INT (100.2 rating) against the 11-2 Patriots. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, his 100.2 passer rating was the highest by any NFL quarterback making his first career start against a team with a 10-2 record or better since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger. Became the first Packers QB to throw three TD passes in his first career start since Dilweg posted the same number vs. the L.A. Rams (Sept. 9, 1990). Was the first QB besides Rodgers or Favre to start a game since Majkowski (vs. Cincinnati, Sept. 20, 1992). Completed passes to 10 different receivers. Found Jones for a 66-yard TD on a stop-and-go route on the first play of the second quarter, the first TD pass of his NFL career and the longest TD pass by a Packers QB on his first career scoring throw since Babe Parilli in 1952 (90 yards). Pushed the lead to 17-7 with a 1-yard TD strike to Jennings in the second quarter. Engineered a 13-play, 69-yard drive in the third quarter that was capped off with a 6-yard TD pass to RB John Kuhn…At Atlanta (NFC Divisional, Jan. 15): In his postseason debut, entered the game with 5:32 remaining and the Packers leading 45-21. Handed the ball off five times on a drive that would result in a 32-yard Mason Crosby FG.

2009: Served as No. 2 QB for the second straight season...Played in 15 games, handling holding duties for FGs and PATs in the first 13 games and seeing time at QB in five contests, completing 7-of-12 passes for 58 yards with one INT...At Cleveland (Oct. 25): Saw first action at QB on the season when he relieved Rodgers with just under nine minutes remaining. Completed 1-of-2 passes, connecting with Jennings for a 12-yard completion…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 1): Took final snap of the game and completed a 3-yard pass to TE Donald Lee…At Detroit (Nov. 26): Took final three offensive snaps, handing the ball off to RB Brandon Jackson each time…Vs. Seattle (Dec. 27): Saw most extensive action of career, coming in for Rodgers for final snap of the third quarter and playing the entire fourth quarter. Completed 4-of-6 passes for 36 yards. Scrambled to his right and found Nelson on the sideline for a career-long 17-yard gain to convert a third-and-12 and set up a fourth-quarter FG…At Arizona (Jan. 3): Played the entire fourth quarter, completing 1-of-3 passes for 7 yards with one INT.

2008: Played in seven games, three of them at QB and the last four games at holder…Completed 2-of-5 passes for 6 yards…At Detroit (Sept. 14): Took first NFL snaps with two kneel downs to end game in 48-25 win…Vs. Tampa Bay (Sept. 28): Played two series in the fourth quarter after Rodgers was sidelined with a shoulder injury. Completed 2-of-5 passes for 6 yards. First career completion came on 3-yard pass to Jackson late in the fourth quarter...Vs. Houston (Dec. 7): Held on PATs for the first time in his pro career, holding for Crosby’s three kicks…At Chicago (Dec. 22): Rushed for 6 yards and a first down to the Chicago 31 on a fake punt as he took a direct snap from LS Brett Goode and found a hole on the right side on a fourth-and-2 play in the second quarter. The first down kept drive alive that was capped off with a Jennings TD catch…2008 Draft: The Packers’ first of two seventh-round draft choices (209th overall), and was the 12th QB taken. Selected with pick from Minnesota acquired along with the Vikings’ fifth-round pick (150) for Green Bay’s fifth-round pick (137). Was the second QB selected by the Packers in the ’08 draft, joining second-round pick Brohm; the last time the team selected two signal-callers in the same draft was in 1989 when the Packers took Dilweg in the third round and Jeff Graham in the fourth round.

COLLEGE: Patiently waited his turn to become the Tigers’ starting QB, playing behind a pair of NFL draft picks in Mauck (selected in seventh round by Denver in 2004) and Russell (first overall pick by Oakland in 2007)…After serving as a backup for three seasons, capped LSU career by leading the Tigers to the 2007 BCS National Championship with a win over Ohio State and earned Offensive MVP honors in the game…Finished career with an 11-2 mark as the Tigers’ starter, which included a 10-2 mark as a senior in ’07…Despite serving as LSU’s starting QB for only one season, still managed to throw for 3,096 yards and 31 TDs during his career…The 31 career TDs tied for the sixth-highest total in school history…Also served as the holder on FGs and PATs throughout his career at LSU…Majored in general studies…Senior season (2007): Started 12 games on his way to leading the Tigers to a national championship…Threw for 2,407 yards and 21 TDs, including five games with three or more TD passes…Led the Tigers to four come-from-behind victories…Also served as holder on FGs and PATs…Named SEC Offensive Player of the Week for his performance vs. Auburn (Oct. 20) as he completed 22-of-34 passes for 319 yards and three TDs…Became only the fourth QB in LSU history to post back-to-back 300-yard games when he threw for a career-high 353 yards at Alabama (Nov. 3) along with three TDs…Joined Russell as the only QBs in school history to throw three TD passes in three straight games when he tossed three more scores vs. Louisiana Tech (Nov. 10)…Showed his toughness by playing most of the second half of LSU’s triple-OT victory vs. Arkansas (Nov. 23) with a separated shoulder, an injury that came on a two-point conversion run by him early in the third quarter…Despite having to leave the field to head to the locker room for treatment, still finished the game and threw a career-high 47 passes with 22 completions, 209 yards passing and two TDs…Missed the SEC Championship Game vs. Tennessee (Dec. 1) with the shoulder injury…Returned to action against Ohio State in the BCS National Championship (Jan. 7), and tied a school record with four TD passes in the Tigers’ 38-24 win…Named Offensive MVP of the title game after completing 19-of-27 passes, a season-high 70.4 percent, for 174 yards and the four scores…Junior season (2006): Played in a reserve role at QB in seven games and served as the holder on FGs and PATs…Threw for 133 yards and two TDs with one INT…Also rushed for 86 yards and a TD on 13 attempts…Sophomore season (2005): Played in seven games at QB and completed 27-of-48 passes for 457 yards, seven TDs and just one INT…Also served as the holder on placekicks…Was a perfect 7-of-7 for 139 yards and three TDs vs. North Texas (Oct. 29), with all three TDs coming in the fourth quarter; became the only non-starter in LSU history to come into a game and throw three TD passes in a single quarter…Inserted into the SEC Championship Game in the second half against Georgia (Dec. 3) when Russell went down with an injury and threw a TD pass…Started in place of an injured Russell in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl vs. Miami (Dec. 30) and was named Offensive MVP in the 40-3 victory after throwing for 196 yards and two TDs…Redshirt freshman season (2004): Served as Tigers’ No. 3 QB and played in all 12 games, seeing action under center in three contests…Served as team’s holder on placekicks…Completed 4-of-10 passes for 99 yards and a TD…First completion of collegiate career was a 67-yard TD pass to Xavier Carter vs. Mississippi State (Sept. 25).

PERSONAL: Given name Matthew Clayton Flynn…Born in Tyler, Texas…Single…Father, Alvin, was a three-year letterwinner (1967-69) at QB at Baylor…Is an uncle to seven nieces and nephews…Sister, Amanda, is a stage actress who has performed in Mamma Mia! in Las Vegas and Wicked in Los Angeles, and is currently auditioning for roles in New York City…High school: One of the top-rated QBs in the state at Robert E. Lee High in Tyler, Texas…Ranked the No. 20 QB in the country by Tom Lemming of ESPN.com…Was a member of the SuperPrep Texas 124, Dallas Morning News Texas Top 100 and the Tyler Morning Telegraph All-East Texas Football Team…Threw for 1,679 yards and nine TDs while also showing his versatility with 305 yards rushing and 12 TDs…Displayed his toughness by leading team to a semifinal appearance in one of the toughest classifications in Texas with a broken foot for the last four games…Community involvement: Was part of Packers Tailgate Tour in 2011…Signed autographs and posed for photos at Pals Halloween Party…Interacted with kids and signed autographs at Kids Day for the City of Green Bay…Was a celebrity guest at fundraising dinner for the Donald Driver Foundation and participated in the Donald Driver Celebrity Softball Game…Hobbies/interests: Enjoys golfing, hunting and fishing, and is an avid billiards player…Recently took up curling as well…Is also a music enthusiast, listing Pearl Jam, O.A.R. and Kings of Leon as his favorite modern acts, and Led Zeppelin as his favorite classic rock band…Residence: Baton Rouge, La.

The Green Bay Packers signed QB Matt Flynn on November 12, 2013.

Flynn, a 6-foot-2, 225-pound sixth-year player out of Louisiana State, was drafted by the Packers in the seventh round (209th overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft and played four seasons (2008-11) in Green Bay. During his time with the Packers, he completed 82 of 132 passes (62.1 percent) for 1,015 yards and nine TDs with five INTs for a 92.8 passer rating. Flynn played for Seattle in 2012 and spent time with Oakland and Buffalo this season. He will wear No. 10 for the Packers and WR Chris Harper will now wear No. 13.

Flynn's 2011 Packers bio:

  • Served as the No. 2 quarterback each of the last three seasons, and held for field goals and extra points in separate stints in 2008-09 as well.
  • Started his first pro game in 2010 at New England (11-2) in Week 15, and his 100.2 passer rating in the contest was the highest by any NFL quarterback making his first career start against a team with a 10-2 record or better since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger.
  • Also became the first Packers QB to throw three TD passes in his first career start since Anthony Dilweg posted the same number vs. the Los Angeles Rams on Sept. 9, 1990.
  • Was one of only six rookie quarterbacks in the NFL to throw a pass in 2008.
  • Capped LSU career by leading the Tigers to the 2007 BCS National Championship with a 38-24 win over Ohio State and earned Offensive MVP honors in the game.
  • Finished college career with an 11-2 record as LSU’s starting quarterback.
  • His 31 career touchdown passes rank tied for sixth in school history despite serving as the Tigers’ starting quarterback for just one season.

CAREER: Will handle backup-quarterback duties for the fourth straight season after seeing the most significant action of his career in 2010, highlighted by his first pro start…Had the confidence of the coaching staff to step in whenever he was needed, and he rewarded that faith with a standout performance in Week 15 at New England…With Aaron Rodgers inactive for the first time in his career as a starter (concussion), got the starting nod against an 11-2 Patriots team that entered the game with a league-high 15-game winning streak at home…Completed 24-of-37 passes for 251 yards and three touchdowns with one interception for a 100.2 passer rating in Green Bay’s 31-27 loss, one that came down to the Packers’ final drive in the closing seconds…According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the 100.2 passer rating was the highest by an NFL quarterback making his first career start against a team with a 10-2 record or better since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger…It was the first time the Packers started a QB other than Rodgers or Brett Favre since Sept. 20, 1992, when Don Majkowski got the opening nod against Cincinnati at Lambeau Field…Also became the first Packers QB to throw three TD passes in his first career start since Anthony Dilweg posted the same number vs. the Los Angeles Rams on Sept. 9, 1990…Appeared in seven games in all during the regular season, also seeing significant time in Week 14 at Detroit after Rodgers sustained a concussion in the second quarter…Completed 40-of-66 passes (60.6 percent) for 433 yards, three TDs and two INTs for an 82.4 passer rating…Played in five games at QB in relief of Rodgers in 2009 after seeing action in three contests in his first season, as one of only six rookie quarterbacks in the NFL to throw a pass in 2008… Also served as team’s holder in separate stints from 2008-09…For his career, has completed 49-of-83 passes (59.0 percent) for 497 yards, three TDs and two INTs for a 73.2 rating…Offseason improvement in Head Coach Mike McCarthy’s quarterback school helped him hold onto No. 2 job in 2009 despite very limited preseason action due to shoulder injury…Got the most extensive playing time to that point of his career in Week 16 vs. Seattle, playing the entire fourth quarter and completing 4-of-6 passes for 36 yards, including career-long 17-yarder to convert a third-and-12 and help set up a field goal…Entered rookie training camp in ’08 as No. 3 quarterback behind Rodgers and fellow rookie Brian Brohm, but solid play throughout the preseason (27-of-42, 209 yards, 3 TDs, no INTs, 100.2 rating) earned him the nod as the backup…Down 23-15 in preseason finale vs. Tennessee (Aug. 28), with 2:19 to go, led offense on 85-yard scoring drive that was capped off with a 22-yard TD pass as time expired…On the drive, also scrambled for a 21-yard pickup, completed a 20-yard pass, and connected on a two-point conversion attempt to tie the game, but receiver was unable to get both feet in bounds as the Packers came up short…Made NFL debut in Week 4 at Tampa Bay in ‘08 when Rodgers left the game with a shoulder injury…Played two series against the Buccaneers and completed 2-of-5 passes for 6 yards, his only passing attempts of the season…Was drafted in the seventh round after he finished off his college career at LSU by leading the Tigers to the 2007 BCS National Championship over Ohio State and earned Offensive MVP honors in the game…Had backed up future NFL draft picks JaMarcus Russell and Matt Mauck during his first three years before getting his chance to start as a senior…Finished career with an 11-2 record as a starter for the Tigers…Despite serving as the starter for just one season, still managed to throw for 3,096 yards and 31 TDs during his career.

2010 SEASON: Appeared in seven games with one start, completing 40-of-66 passes (60.6 percent) for 433 yards, three TDs and two INTs (82.4 rating)…Active, but did not play in the other nine regular-season contests…Played in one postseason contest, serving as the No. 2 QB in the other three but not seeing any action…Vs. Minnesota (Oct. 24): Threw a pass on a fake field goal from the Minnesota 37 in the second quarter. Quickly went from holder to a shotgun formation, and his long pass to TE Andrew Quarless appeared to be on target but went incomplete after Quarless stumbled en route to the ball…At Minnesota (Nov. 21): Entered the game in relief of Rodgers with 6:37 remaining and the Packers leading 31-3. Led the offense on a 10-play drive that eventually stalled at the Minnesota 33 with 24 seconds remaining. Completed his lone attempt, a 5-yard pass to WR Jordy Nelson, and also scrambled around right end for a 5-yard gain…At Detroit (Dec. 12): Saw the most extended playing time of his career to that point as he entered the game for Rodgers (concussion) with 1:12 remaining in the first half. Connected on 15-of-26 passes (57.7 percent) for 177 yards with an INT (62.5 rating). Led the Packers to a FG on the opening drive of the second half, finding Quarless for a 20-yard gain on the possession. Engineered an 81-yard march on the next series by completing 4-of-6 passes for 67 yards before he was intercepted by LB DeAndre Levy on a pass intended for WR Donald Driver in the end zone. On Green Bay’s final drive, found WR James Jones for an 18-yard gain to convert a third-and-11, and followed that up with a 14-yard screen to RB Dimitri Nance and a 9-yard toss to WR Greg Jennings. On fourth-and-1 at the Detroit 31, overthrew Jennings on a deep pass down the left sideline as the Packers lost, 7-3…At New England (Dec. 19): Making his first career start in one of the toughest environments in the NFL, completed 24-of-37 passes (64.9 percent) for 251 yards and three TDs with one INT (100.2 rating) against the 11-2 Patriots. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, his 100.2 passer rating was the highest by any NFL quarterback making his first career start against a team with a 10-2 record or better since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger. Became the first Packers QB to throw three TD passes in his first career start since Dilweg posted the same number vs. the L.A. Rams (Sept. 9, 1990). Was the first QB besides Rodgers or Favre to start a game since Majkowski (vs. Cincinnati, Sept. 20, 1992). Completed passes to 10 different receivers. Found Jones for a 66-yard TD on a stop-and-go route on the first play of the second quarter, the first TD pass of his NFL career and the longest TD pass by a Packers QB on his first career scoring throw since Babe Parilli in 1952 (90 yards). Pushed the lead to 17-7 with a 1-yard TD strike to Jennings in the second quarter. Engineered a 13-play, 69-yard drive in the third quarter that was capped off with a 6-yard TD pass to RB John Kuhn…At Atlanta (NFC Divisional, Jan. 15): In his postseason debut, entered the game with 5:32 remaining and the Packers leading 45-21. Handed the ball off five times on a drive that would result in a 32-yard Mason Crosby FG.

2009: Served as No. 2 QB for the second straight season...Played in 15 games, handling holding duties for FGs and PATs in the first 13 games and seeing time at QB in five contests, completing 7-of-12 passes for 58 yards with one INT...At Cleveland (Oct. 25): Saw first action at QB on the season when he relieved Rodgers with just under nine minutes remaining. Completed 1-of-2 passes, connecting with Jennings for a 12-yard completion…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 1): Took final snap of the game and completed a 3-yard pass to TE Donald Lee…At Detroit (Nov. 26): Took final three offensive snaps, handing the ball off to RB Brandon Jackson each time…Vs. Seattle (Dec. 27): Saw most extensive action of career, coming in for Rodgers for final snap of the third quarter and playing the entire fourth quarter. Completed 4-of-6 passes for 36 yards. Scrambled to his right and found Nelson on the sideline for a career-long 17-yard gain to convert a third-and-12 and set up a fourth-quarter FG…At Arizona (Jan. 3): Played the entire fourth quarter, completing 1-of-3 passes for 7 yards with one INT.

2008: Played in seven games, three of them at QB and the last four games at holder…Completed 2-of-5 passes for 6 yards…At Detroit (Sept. 14): Took first NFL snaps with two kneel downs to end game in 48-25 win…Vs. Tampa Bay (Sept. 28): Played two series in the fourth quarter after Rodgers was sidelined with a shoulder injury. Completed 2-of-5 passes for 6 yards. First career completion came on 3-yard pass to Jackson late in the fourth quarter...Vs. Houston (Dec. 7): Held on PATs for the first time in his pro career, holding for Crosby’s three kicks…At Chicago (Dec. 22): Rushed for 6 yards and a first down to the Chicago 31 on a fake punt as he took a direct snap from LS Brett Goode and found a hole on the right side on a fourth-and-2 play in the second quarter. The first down kept drive alive that was capped off with a Jennings TD catch…2008 Draft: The Packers’ first of two seventh-round draft choices (209th overall), and was the 12th QB taken. Selected with pick from Minnesota acquired along with the Vikings’ fifth-round pick (150) for Green Bay’s fifth-round pick (137). Was the second QB selected by the Packers in the ’08 draft, joining second-round pick Brohm; the last time the team selected two signal-callers in the same draft was in 1989 when the Packers took Dilweg in the third round and Jeff Graham in the fourth round.

COLLEGE: Patiently waited his turn to become the Tigers’ starting QB, playing behind a pair of NFL draft picks in Mauck (selected in seventh round by Denver in 2004) and Russell (first overall pick by Oakland in 2007)…After serving as a backup for three seasons, capped LSU career by leading the Tigers to the 2007 BCS National Championship with a win over Ohio State and earned Offensive MVP honors in the game…Finished career with an 11-2 mark as the Tigers’ starter, which included a 10-2 mark as a senior in ’07…Despite serving as LSU’s starting QB for only one season, still managed to throw for 3,096 yards and 31 TDs during his career…The 31 career TDs tied for the sixth-highest total in school history…Also served as the holder on FGs and PATs throughout his career at LSU…Majored in general studies…Senior season (2007): Started 12 games on his way to leading the Tigers to a national championship…Threw for 2,407 yards and 21 TDs, including five games with three or more TD passes…Led the Tigers to four come-from-behind victories…Also served as holder on FGs and PATs…Named SEC Offensive Player of the Week for his performance vs. Auburn (Oct. 20) as he completed 22-of-34 passes for 319 yards and three TDs…Became only the fourth QB in LSU history to post back-to-back 300-yard games when he threw for a career-high 353 yards at Alabama (Nov. 3) along with three TDs…Joined Russell as the only QBs in school history to throw three TD passes in three straight games when he tossed three more scores vs. Louisiana Tech (Nov. 10)…Showed his toughness by playing most of the second half of LSU’s triple-OT victory vs. Arkansas (Nov. 23) with a separated shoulder, an injury that came on a two-point conversion run by him early in the third quarter…Despite having to leave the field to head to the locker room for treatment, still finished the game and threw a career-high 47 passes with 22 completions, 209 yards passing and two TDs…Missed the SEC Championship Game vs. Tennessee (Dec. 1) with the shoulder injury…Returned to action against Ohio State in the BCS National Championship (Jan. 7), and tied a school record with four TD passes in the Tigers’ 38-24 win…Named Offensive MVP of the title game after completing 19-of-27 passes, a season-high 70.4 percent, for 174 yards and the four scores…Junior season (2006): Played in a reserve role at QB in seven games and served as the holder on FGs and PATs…Threw for 133 yards and two TDs with one INT…Also rushed for 86 yards and a TD on 13 attempts…Sophomore season (2005): Played in seven games at QB and completed 27-of-48 passes for 457 yards, seven TDs and just one INT…Also served as the holder on placekicks…Was a perfect 7-of-7 for 139 yards and three TDs vs. North Texas (Oct. 29), with all three TDs coming in the fourth quarter; became the only non-starter in LSU history to come into a game and throw three TD passes in a single quarter…Inserted into the SEC Championship Game in the second half against Georgia (Dec. 3) when Russell went down with an injury and threw a TD pass…Started in place of an injured Russell in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl vs. Miami (Dec. 30) and was named Offensive MVP in the 40-3 victory after throwing for 196 yards and two TDs…Redshirt freshman season (2004): Served as Tigers’ No. 3 QB and played in all 12 games, seeing action under center in three contests…Served as team’s holder on placekicks…Completed 4-of-10 passes for 99 yards and a TD…First completion of collegiate career was a 67-yard TD pass to Xavier Carter vs. Mississippi State (Sept. 25).

PERSONAL: Given name Matthew Clayton Flynn…Born in Tyler, Texas…Single…Father, Alvin, was a three-year letterwinner (1967-69) at QB at Baylor…Is an uncle to seven nieces and nephews…Sister, Amanda, is a stage actress who has performed in Mamma Mia! in Las Vegas and Wicked in Los Angeles, and is currently auditioning for roles in New York City…High school: One of the top-rated QBs in the state at Robert E. Lee High in Tyler, Texas…Ranked the No. 20 QB in the country by Tom Lemming of ESPN.com…Was a member of the SuperPrep Texas 124, Dallas Morning News Texas Top 100 and the Tyler Morning Telegraph All-East Texas Football Team…Threw for 1,679 yards and nine TDs while also showing his versatility with 305 yards rushing and 12 TDs…Displayed his toughness by leading team to a semifinal appearance in one of the toughest classifications in Texas with a broken foot for the last four games…Community involvement: Was part of Packers Tailgate Tour in 2011…Signed autographs and posed for photos at Pals Halloween Party…Interacted with kids and signed autographs at Kids Day for the City of Green Bay…Was a celebrity guest at fundraising dinner for the Donald Driver Foundation and participated in the Donald Driver Celebrity Softball Game…Hobbies/interests: Enjoys golfing, hunting and fishing, and is an avid billiards player…Recently took up curling as well…Is also a music enthusiast, listing Pearl Jam, O.A.R. and Kings of Leon as his favorite modern acts, and Led Zeppelin as his favorite classic rock band…Residence: Baton Rouge, La.