GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- This Thursday night's preseason game in Tennessee could be Brian Brohm's best chance to show the Green Bay Packers why he once was considered a potential Top 10 draft pick. It also could be his last chance.
After being beaten out by the less-heralded Matt Flynn to be Aaron Rodgers' primary backup last year, Brohm is having another uneven preseason. But with Flynn nursing a shoulder injury and Rodgers likely to play only a series or two, Brohm will play most of the game.
And with the Packers potentially showing interest in available veteran backups, another shaky performance could put Brohm's roster spot in jeopardy.
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