(WNFL)- It's been six years since Brian Brohm competed with Matt Flynn for the Green Bay Packers' back-up quarterback job behind Aaron Rodgers. Flynn won that job, left for three other NFL teams in the hopes of becoming a starter, then returned to Green Bay after Rodgers got hurt last year. Brohm, meanwhile, has surfaced in the Canadian Football League as the Number-two quarterback for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. He joined the Packer practice squad in '08 after losing his competition with Flynn. Brohm then moved on to the Buffalo practice squad, a series of workouts in the United Football League, and then to the CFL. The 28-year-old Brohm said he was too hard on himself during his tenure at Green Bay. He said he let too many bad plays bother him -- something he doesn't do anymore. Brohm, who threw for over ten-thousand yards in college at Louisville, says his experience has humbled him. And his only goal now is to be a pro quarterback for as long as he can.
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