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Draft Scout Sam Shields News
09/26/16 - CB Sam Shields missed a second straight game Sunday because of a concussion. As a veteran player with a history of concussions, Shields' status will be up in the air when the Packers return next week from their bye week. Quinten Rollins started in Shields' spot Sunday against Detroit.
09/25/16 - CB Sam Shields (concussion), S Morgan Burnett (groin), OLB Clay Matthews (ankle/hamstring), OLB Datone Jones (knee) and DT Letroy Guion (knee) were inactive Sunday against Detroit.
09/22/16 - CB Sam Shields remained in the concussion protocol Thursday, increasing the likelihood the veteran starter will have to miss a second straight game Sunday (1 p.m. ET) against the Detroit Lions. If Shields isn't cleared by the weekend, Green Bay will again depend on a young cornerback trio of Damarious Randall, Quinten Rollins and LaDarius Gunter.
09/21/16 - CB Sam Shields still hasn't been cleared to return to the field. The veteran starter has been sidelined since he suffered a concussion toward the end of the season-opening win at the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sept. 11. The Packers had to make do with the young trio of Damarious Randall, Quinten Rollins and LaDarius Gunter in the Sunday night loss at Minnesota.
09/19/16 - CB Sam Shields didn't play the loss at Minnesota on Sunday because of a concussion. McCarthy said Shields was put through a workout Monday, but it's unclear whether the veteran starter will be cleared later in the week to have a shot to resume playing next Sunday against the Detroit Lions. The Packers were left with Damarious Randall, Quinten Rollins and LaDarius Gunter as their true cornerbacks in Sunday's game. Randall struggled greatly in coverage against Stefon Diggs, who had a career-high nine catches for 182 yards and a touchdown.