The Green Bay Packers listed both their starting quarterback (Aaron Rodgers) and running back (Eddie Lacy) on the injury report as limited participants in Thursday’s practice. The team estimated that the two players would have been limited on Friday as well and gave both a probable chance to play on Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field in the NFC championship game. The Packers list four players on their injury report and the Seahawks list seven (two not injury related) on theirs.
The Green Bay Packers do not have to play this Sunday. That is a good thing as quarterback Aaron Rodgers will be able to get some extra rest before the Packers begin their run toward the Super Bowl. They will host one of three teams in the Divisional Round. Their opponent will be determined by the outcome of the Detroit Lions at Dallas Cowboys game.
Pete Carroll and John Schneider waited in the private plane in Denver, wondering if Peyton Manning would accept a request to meet with the brain trust of the Seattle Seahawks to see if that could be a potential landing spot for the free agent quarterback. This was March of 2012.
While one-time Seahawks quarterback Matt Flynn sits on the bench and rests a sore elbow Thursday night, Terrelle Pryor will get his opportunity to earn the Oakland Raiders’ starting quarterback job when they close out the preseason against the Seattle Seahawks.
Fans of the Oakland Raiders know the phrase “quarterback competition” almost more than any other in the English language. That is no different for the 2013 season, but Matt Flynn hopes that the competition ends his well-traveled career and ends with him.
The Oakland Raiders will send a fifth-round pick in 2014 and a conditional pick in 2015 to Seattle for quarterback Matt Flynn.
Steve & Bill talk with NFL Network reporter Albert Breer, CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball reporter Dennis Dodd, UW Husky Basketball Head Coach Lorenzo Romar, MLB.com reporter Jason Beck, and Seattle Mariners radio and TV broadcaster Mike Blowers Listen to the 3:00 […]
Bill Swartz explains why Seahawks’ backup quarterback Matt Flynn is head and shoulders better than Geno Smith, Matt Barkley, Mike Glennon, or Tyler Wilson.
It took until the 13th game of the season for the once-presumed Seattle Seahawks starting quarterback to get on the field, but Matt Flynn acquitted himself well. The question is how long will he remain Russell Wilson’s backup?
The Seattle Seahawks put up perhaps its most dominating performance in franchise history, rushing for a season-high 284 yards while creating eight turnovers and setting a team record for points.