Packers Work to Get Tolzien Ready, Welcome Flynn

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- Another week, another starting quarterback for the Packers.
Aaron Rodgers might still be a couple weeks away from returning from a fractured collarbone. Seneca Wallace is on injured reserve with a sore groin.
Green Bay is getting former practice squad player Scott Tolzien ready for Sunday's game at the Giants. Tolzien played well in relief of Wallace considering the circumstances last week in a 27-13 loss to the Eagles.
Coach Mike McCarthy has raved about Tolzien's preparation. Now the former Wisconsin quarterback is about to make his first career NFL start.
A familiar face is back to back up Tolzien. Matt Flynn is familiarizing himself with the playbook after signing as the backup this week. Flynn used to back up Rodgers before leaving as a free agent in 2012.


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