Matt Flynn will open the offseason program as the Raiders' starter.
The Raiders insist Matt Flynn will face competition for the starting job.
Updating a previous item, Matt Flynn's new Raiders contract is for two years with an $11.5 million base value.
Upon acquiring Matt Flynn from Seattle, the Raiders increased his 2013 base salary from $5.25 million to $6.5 million and guaranteed all of it.
Raiders acquired QB Matt Flynn from the Seahawks in exchange for a fifth-round draft pick in 2014 and a "conditional" late-round pick in 2015.
SI's Peter King expects the Raiders to acquire Matt Flynn for a 2014 "mid-round pick," and "perhaps" a conditional pick in 2015.
Profootballtalk.com's Mike Florio reports the Matt Flynn-to-Oakland trade is expected to be finalized "soon."
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Raiders are not expected to finalize a trade for Matt Flynn on Friday, "unless something crazy happens."
NFL Network's Albert Breer reports the Seahawks are expected to receive a 2013 draft pick and 2014 conditional pick if the Raiders complete their end of the impending Matt Flynn trade.
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora tweeted Friday that it "sounds like" Matt Flynn will be traded to the Raiders.
ESPN's Ed Werder reports the Seahawks are in trade discussions involving Matt Flynn and a deal appears "imminent."
According to Yahoo Sports' Jason Cole, the scouting report among ex-Packers executives is that Matt Flynn's "lack of arm strength will eventually be exposed by opposing teams."
The Florida Times-Union reports the Jaguars explored the possibility of a Matt Flynn trade, but ultimately decided not to pursue it.
A league source tells Yahoo's Mike Silver the Raiders have "legitimate" interest in Matt Flynn.