The Green Bay Packers appear like they’ll have all of their cornerbacks on the field for the first time in a while, this week. Sam Shields and Quinten Rollins now both appear ready for Saturday.
Shields was expected to move past the final hurdle in concussion protocol today, clearing him to play for the first time since week 14. Rollins, who had started the last four games with Shields sidelined, injured his thigh in the win over Washington.
Rollins didn’t practice on Wednesday, but did on Thursday. He reportedly looked just fine doing so.
When the Packers got thrashed by the Cardinals in week 16, Arizona quarterback Carson Palmer threw for 265 yards, with 111 of those going to receiver Michael Floyd.
Those tallies would have been much higher if the game hadn’t been over at halftime.
This will be a good week to have all of your DBs available.