The Green Bay Packers had one of their draft picks return to the fray on Monday. Second-round pick Quinten Rollins joined practice for the first time since training camp began.
Rollins had been on the non-football injury list because he hurt a hamstring working out prior to camp.
#Packers rookie CB/second-round pick Quinten Rollins's back. pic.twitter.com/E2kQewLeHB
— Jason Wilde (@jasonjwilde) August 3, 2015
Rollins, who is considered raw by NFL standards, will now have to scratch and claw for playing time.
Among the Packers cornerbacks, Rollins would appear to be fourth in line if not fifth.
After Sam Shields and Casey Hayward are first-round pick Damarious Randall and then possibly undrafted rookie Ladarius Gunter, who has shown signs that he could be a solid NFL corner.
If last year is the road map, Gunter is cut and we keep Demetri Goodson.
Even Ted won’t make that mistake again.