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Draft Scout Sam Shields News
06/02/16 - CB Sam Shields was on the field with his teammates for the entire OTA session Thursday. The team's top cornerback was absent for the first open workout during OTAs, which are voluntary, on May 24.
05/24/16 - CB Sam Shields wasn't at Tuesday's workout. The veteran standout was said to have participated in the first OTA session Monday. No reason was given for Shields' absence, though the OTAs are voluntary.
01/18/16 - CB Sam Shields returned to action and made the start in the overtime loss at Arizona on Saturday night. Shields missed the previous four games, including the opening-round playoff win at the Washington Redskins, because of a concussion. Shields had two of the Packers' six pass breakups against the Cardinals, but the veteran standout also dropped what could have been as many as three interceptions of passes thrown by Carson Palmer.
01/15/16 - CB Sam Shields (concussion) had limited participation in practice Thursday for the second straight day. The veteran starter has missed the last four games because of the head injury. Head coach Mike McCarthy expressed optimism before Thursday's practice that Shields could finally be cleared medically to play Saturday night in the divisional playoff at Arizona. "The work today will obviously, hopefully, complete the (league-mandated) protocol," McCarthy said. "I hope today is the point that he completes the protocol."
01/13/16 - CB Sam Shields (concussion) participated in practice Wednesday, the team's first on-field work of its shortened week between playoff games. Head coach Mike McCarthy said before practice that Shields remained in the NFL-mandated protocol for players with head injuries, but his heavy involvement in team segments during the jog-through at the start of practice is encouraging.