Flynn didn’t get much playing time this season, but set the Packers’ all-time record for touchdown passes in a game during Week 17 of the 2011 season.
The Chiefs have the No. 1 overall pick in the upcoming draft and without a great class of quarterbacks available, the team could be inclined to look elsewhere for talent under center while they could use the pick on another position or trade it for a solid package.
That said, Flynn’s talents aren’t suited for a west-coast offense, which Andy Reid plans to run in Kansas City. He’s more of a vertical passer who only uses his athleticism when absolutely necessary. An accurate passer, Flynn would certainly have success in Reid’s scheme, but it’d be a waste of the signal-caller’s abilities to trap him in the short-to-intermediate passing game of a west-coast scheme.