Posted by ESPN.com's Kevin Seifert
The Green Bay Packers made an agreement this week with a quarterback, but it wasn't Brett Favre. Seventh-round draft pick Matt Flynn is one of three Packers draft choices who have agreed to terms as of Wednesday afternoon. Flynn received a $64,150 signing bonus. Also signed is seventh-round receiver Brett Swain and fourth-round offensive lineman Josh Sitton ($384,000 signing bonus).
The Packers have six more draft choices to go.
Updating rookie signings of the other NFC North teams as of this writing:
Chicago: Complete, after signing first-round offensive lineman Chris Williams on Wednesday.
Minnesota: Complete, after signing second-round safety Tyrell Johnson on Wednesday.
Detroit: 7 of 9 signed, with first-round offensive lineman Gosder Cherilus and second-round linebacker Jordon Dizon nearing agreement, according to the Detroit Free Press.