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Quarterback Matt Flynn has signed with the Seattle Seahawks.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed by the Seahawks but the NFL's official website reported it was for three years and $26 million, with $10m of that guaranteed.
Flynn, 26, was a free agent after spending the first four years of his professional career as Aaron Rodgers' back-up in Green Bay.
He has made just two starts during that span but impressed in both, including a six-touchdown display in the Packers' win over Detroit last season.
In Seattle, Flynn will compete for the starting role with Tarvaris Jackson, who defied a pectoral injury to lead the Seahawks to a 7-9 record last season.