Matt Flynn's stay in Oakland was even shorter than his stint in Seattle.
The Raiders released the backup quarterback Monday, according to multiple reports. The news was first reported by Sports Illustrated.
Oakland originally had hoped that Flynn would be the team's starting quarterback, just as Seattle had before the Seahawks job was won last season by third-round pick Russell Wilson.
The Raiders traded a 2014 fifth-round pick and a conditional 2015 pick to Seattle for Flynn, who showed significant promise as Aaron Rodgers' backup in Green Bay.
Flynn was the Raiders starter at the beginning of training camp but ultimately lost the job to Terrelle Pryor. After Pryor suffered a concussion in Week 3, Flynn started Week 4 against Washington, completing 21 of 33 passes for 227 yards with a touchdown and interception in a 24-14 loss.