Green Bay Packers cornerback Sam Shields didn’t have a good game in week 1. He’s already forgotten about that and would like you to forget too. Thanks.
The Green Bay Packers are experimenting with Sam Shields on the left side of their defense. Shields has traditionally played right cornerback, but the move is necessary.
Just like Dez Bryant, Green Bay Packers cornerback Sam Shields doesn’t know the rules of what constitutes a catch either. Go ahead and ask him.
Awwwww yeah! Green Bay Packers cornerback Sam Shields is talkin’ about practice! In that he had a bad game against Atlanta because he didn’t get any. What are we talkin’ about, Sam?
Neither of the Green Bay Packers starting cornerbacks — Sam Shields and Tramon Williams — practiced today. They’ll be hard pressed to play this weekend.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Sam Shields injured his knee against the Miami Dolphins. The initial tests show no tears, which is good news for the Packers.
Sam Shields broke the bank when he signed his new four-year deal with the Green Bay Packers. Here’s how the numbers break down and affect the salary cap.
The Green Bay Packers managed to keep their No. 1 free agent, cornerback Sam Shields. They paid through their noses to do it too, but crisis averted… at least in one area.
The Green Bay Packers were apparently willing to pay cornerback Sam Shields more than $5 million per season. It looks like Shields wants more than that. Possibly a lot more.
So Sam Shields wants to play hardball with the Green Bay Packers? The Packers have plenty of options available to replace him, including some in house.
The Green Bay Packers have been trying to re-sign cornerback Sam Shields, but apparently not hard enough. Shields plans to test the free agent market.
The Green Bay Packers met with free agent cornerback Sam Shields’ agent this past weekend and negotiations are said to be heating up. That’s a good sign.
According to a report, cornerback Sam Shields is seeking around $5 million annually from the Green Bay Packers. That’s hardly an outrageous amount.
The Green Bay Packers took a gamble by not giving several guys long-term deals last offseason. One of those guys was cornerback Sam Shields, which looks like a terrible decision now.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Sam Shields avoided a serious knee injury on Sunday. That bodes well for his chances of getting a big contract as a free agent.
The Green Bay Packers are trying to sign cornerback Sam Shields to a contract extension. Nothing appears imminent. Probably because it’s a complicated situation.
Sam Shields is now clearly the Green Bay Packers No. 1 cornerback. He’s a shutdown guy. That’s why the Packers not giving him a long-term deal was a mistake.
The Green Bay Packers have decided Sam Shields will be starting at one cornerback spot on opening day. Now the question is, who gets the other? We look at the possibilities.
Sam Shields and the Green Bay Packers were supposedly going to work out a long-term deal. Not happening anymore. Shields will play out his one-year tender.
Sam Shields will make an appearance the Green Bay Packers first mandatory minicamp after signing his restricted free agent tender. Probably not the desired result for either party, though.