The Green Bay Packers are releasing the three guys they put on injured reserve as they pared their roster. One of them is former second-round pick Quinten Rollins.
Cornerback Quinten Rollins is fairly forgettable, it turns out. However, the former second-round pick is still on the Green Bay Packers. At least for now.
Some people in the Green Bay Packers organization feel that cornerback Quinten Rollins is better suited to playing safety. Is a conversion coming? Either way, this is likely Rollins' last shot with the Packers.
The Green Bay Packers changed things up with their cornerback group in 2017 after a disastrous 2016 season. Did it make any difference? These numbers tell us it did not.
The Green Bay Packers started the season with plenty of cornerback depth. They now have virtually none with Quentin Rollins going to IR.
The Green Bay Packers' cornerbacks aren't very good, with one exception. The only guy who isn't afraid of anyone is the rookie, Kevin King. Play him!
In many cases it has been proven that the Green Bay Packers don't value athleticism. Here are two more and they're two guys who are playing prominent roles.
The Green Bay Packers were blown out by the Atlanta Falcons again. That's an issue in the big picture, but it wasn't all bad. Here are five more thoughts.
The Green Bay Packers' secondary is supposedly much improved this year, but are they? I'm starting to get the feeling that they're no different than 2016.
I think the answer would be no based on what we saw during the Green Bay Packers' first preseason game. No, not even a little bit.
We've got a depth chart. Unofficial, of course, but a depth chart nonetheless. The only surprise for the Green Bay Packers comes at the cornerback position.
According to his position coach, cornerback Quinten Rollins has outplayed everyone. Does he start or are the Packers just rebuilding his confidence?
Former second-round pick Quinten Rollins appeared to be the low man on the Green Bay Packers' cornerback depth chart coming into camp. Not so much anymore.
Before you double over in laughter, the Green Bay Packers are indeed looking for Damarious Randall to turn into something of what Charles Woodson was.
There's more pressure on Quinten Rollins to rebound than Damarious Randall. If Rollins doesn't, the Green Bay Packers may send him packing sooner than later.
Could Damarious Randall or Quinten Rollins win a starting spot at the outside cornerback position with the Green Bay Packers? Let's break it down.
There are a couple of similarities between the Green Bay Packers' 2015 draft and 2017 draft, but the players chosen at the top are very different.
The guys who open OTAs with the starting units typically also open training camp there for the Green Bay Packers. So who's got a leg up in the secondary?
It appears part of Quinten Rollins' poor 2016 performance can be blamed on a lingering injury. But that's the thing, he can blame himself for the rest.