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Matt Flynn Net Worth

Matt Flynn Net Worth is
$10 Million

Matt Flynn Bio/Wiki 2018

Matt Flynn Net Worth $1.5 Million

Matt Flynn is an American professional football player that has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million. Matt Flynn began his career when he joined Robert E. Lee High School’s football team. He was known as among the best-rated high school quarterbacks in Texas. In 2001, he directed the team to appear in the 5A playoff match. In school, he went to the Louisiana State University and was selected to play for the Tigers. Flynn was a red-shirted during the 2003 season, however he served third string quarterback. While with the Tigers, he directed the team in winning the BCS National Championship in 2008. He’s been Aaron Rodgers’ back-up when the Packers won the Super Bowl XLV. Six months after, he was relieved by the team and worked together with the Buffalo Bills. He returned to the Packers just a month stay with all the Bills on November 12, 2013. Flynn was given a one year contract extension in 2014 when it was expired through the conclusion of the season.

Net Worth$10 Million
Date Of BirthJune 20, 1985
Place Of BirthTyler, Texas USA
ProfessionAmerican football quarterback, New Orleans Saints (2015)
EducationRobert E. Lee High School, Louisiana State University
SpouseLacey Minchew (m. 2013)
AwardsSuper Bowl champion (XLV), BCS national champion (2003, 2007), SEC champion (2003, 2007), Offensive MVP of the game (BCS National Championship, 2008)
NominationsNFL draft: 2008 / Round: 7 / Pick: 209, AFCA National Championship Trophy
1Released by the New York Jets. [September 5, 2015].
2Signed to a 1 year deal by the New York Jets 8 days after the New England Patriots released him. [August 18, 2015].
3New England Patriots sign Flynn to shore up the quarterback position with Tom Brady facing a four-game suspension, one day after releasing Garrett Gilbert. [June 11, 2015].
4Selected 209th overall in the 2008 NFL Draft by the Green Bay Packers out of Louisiana State University. Has played for the Packers (2008-2011; 2013-2014), the Seattle Seahawks (2012), the Oakland Raiders (2013), and the Buffalo Bills (2013).
52-time BCS National Champion (2004, 2008); 2-time SEC Champion (2003, 2007); Super Bowl XLV Champion.


Rome2013TV SeriesHimself - Guest
NFL Monday Night Football2008TV SeriesHimself - Green Bay Packers Quarterback
2008 Allstate BCS National Championship Game2008TV MovieHimself - LSU Tigers Quarterback(Co-MVP)

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Mike & Mike2013TV SeriesHimself - Green Bay Packers Quarterback

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