Cleveland Browns Reportedly Not Interested in QB Matt Flynn


As free agency in the NFL begins today, March 13, at 4 p.m., it has been reported that the Cleveland Browns are not interested in pursuing quarterback Matt Flynn.

Matt Miller of New Era Scouting has heard from two sources that the Browns are not in the running for Flynn:

"Hearing from two sources that Browns are not players for Matt Flynn. Take it for what’s its worth."

As with many reports this time of year, one must take this news with a grain of salt, though it’s not that surprising that the Browns wouldn’t be interested in signing a player who has only made two career starts.

As the Miami Dolphins remain the team most likely to land Flynn, depending on what happens with Peyton Manning, the Browns will look elsewhere. The front office has spoken highly of quarterbacks in the draft in recent weeks, throwing out names like Ryan Tannehill and Brandon Weeden as potential picks.

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