By Brady Henderson
Quarterback Matt Flynn says he accomplished his goal of understanding and becoming comfortable with the Seahawks offense during organized team activities and the three-day minicamp that ended Thursday.
The four years he spent in Green Bay's offense both helped and hurt.
"It's a West Coast offense here, just like we had in Green Bay. There's a lot of similar terminologies with protections and route calls and things like that," he told "Bob and Groz" on Thursday.
"But the hard part to me, harder than learning the new stuff here in Seattle, is unlearning what I knew in Green Bay. That's the toughest part for me because I see something and then my first reaction is what we called it or what we did in Green Bay. Now it's a process of getting that out of my brain, getting that out of my system and just making the right calls that we have here."
In the video below, Bob Stelton and Dave Grosby share some more thoughts and observations of Flynn.
You can download Thursday's podcast here.
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