In on Flynn? Seahawks will host visit
Many expected Seattle to be interested in Flynn given its need for a long-term quarterback with starter Tarvaris Jackson signed only through 2012. Seahawks GM John Schneider was part of Green Bay's front office when the Packers drafted Flynn, who progressed to become Aaron Rodgers' backup and played exceptionally well in the two starts he has had in his career.
What remains to be seen is the extent of the financial commitment Seattle is willing to make to acquire Flynn. Just because Flynn is visiting doesn't mean the Seahawks are going to break open the bank and offer a Kevin Kolb-like contract offer that Arizona gave out last year, structured to pay out something like $20 million in the first couple years.
There are other teams in the market that need quarterbacks, too. Most noteably Miami -- where Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin is now head coach -- and Cleveland. There could be competing offers.