It's been months since the NFC Championship game, and it will be months until I'll be able to watch the Packers again. Hopefully the family night scrimmage will be televised again as it as been in the past, but that's not until early August. Until then all I can do is read a brief recap from this week's practice:
Seventh-round draft pick Matt Flynn worked as the No. 3 quarterback and completed all three of his attempts during team drills. However, he fumbled one shotgun snap that led to an aborted play. On the last play of practice, he executed a difficult throw for a 6-yard touchdown pass to rookie receiver Brett Swain. Flynn rolled to his right and and threw a strike to the right corner of the end zone, where Swain beat safety Tyrone Culver on a crossing route.