From Omar Kelly:
The Dolphins and Cleveland are negotiating with Packers backup Matt Flynn, and will be exchanging contract offers with his agent soon.
Both Miami and Cleveland were thought to be potential suitors for Flynn's services heading into free agency. Obviously, Miami's new head coach, former Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin, is familiar with Flynn and will most likely run an offense similar to what Flynn played in in Green Bay.
Meanwhile, Cleveland President Mike Holmgren had inquired with the Packers about the possibility of trading for Flynn when he first came on board with the Browns. When the Packers wouldn't part with their young quarterback, Holmgren brought in his former backup in Seattle Seneca Wallace.
No timetable has been given on when the contract offers will be made and the Dolphins reportedly remain in the running to land quarterback Peyton Manning.
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