As Flyers GM Paul Holmgren ponders a future with goalie Ray Emery, contract talks with Martin Biron are ongoing, reports the Camden Courier-Post.
The Flyers are among the teams reportedly interested in Emery, though the paper questions the team's motives in pursuing the troubled netminder.
Biron, who made $3.5 million this past season, has expressed his desire to re-sign with the team. The Flyers, meanwhile, are also interested in keeping him, but at a discounted rate.
According to the paper, Biron won't begin planning an exit from Philadelphia unless a deal isn't in place by June 1.
The Courier-Post notes other goaltending options, such as Florida's Craig Anderson and Atlanta's Kari Lehtonen.
The Flyers may try to package the likes of forwards Joffrey Lupul, Danny Briere and James van Riemsdyk, defenseman Ryan Parent and/or a first-round draft pick in a deal for the rights to Panthers' defenseman Jay Bouwmeester and Anderson.