There’s an offer on the table from the Packers in the form of of a one-year $2.023 million tender, but the cornerback has yet to accept the team’s proposal.
The Packers have approximately $13.5 million in salary cap space this season. Will they use it to extend B.J. Raji, Morgan Burnett, Sam Shields, James Jones or Jermichael Finley?
According to Rob Demovsky of the Green Bay Press-Gazette… No surprise, but #Packers CB Sam Shields did not sign any offer sheets with other teams. Today was the deadline for RFAs. — Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) April 19, 2013 All this means is Shields can no longer sign with another team this season. Shields has until [...]
Friday is the final day cornerback Sam Shields can sign an offer sheet with an NFL team other than the Green Bay Packers.
Railbird Central discusses the somewhat surprising development that the Packers and Shields are talking about more than a one-year deal.
The Packers and cornerback Sam Shields are reportedly working on signing a long-term contract. That and more in today’s Daily Links…
With free agency officially opening at 4 pm EDT March 12, the Packers are making moves to apply tenders to their restricted free agents. Monday brought news of center Evan Dietrich-Smith receiving the lowest tender available. Tuesday, ProFootball Talk reported Sam Shields receiving a better one. Packers apply second round tender to S Sam Shields, per [...]
Following the recent release of Charles Woodson, the Packers are reportedly $21 million under the salary cap. That and more in today’s Daily Links…
One potential change in the Packers secondary could be to move Casey Hayward to safety ala Charles Woodson in 2012.
The Green Bay Packers got A-level performances in 2012 from Clay Matthews, Casey Hayward and Sam Shields.
As one of eight teams left in contention for the Vince Lombardi Trophy, the Green Bay Packers’ chances of stringing together three more wins is just as good as any other team.
Several players on the Packers roster have elevated their level of play the past few weeks, which could help them extend momentum into the postseason.
Since returning to the active game day roster, Sam Shields has been making a difference for the Packers. His type of return is exactly what the Packers needed.
The Packers secondary is getting healthy upon the return of Charles Woodson and Sam Shields. That and more in today’s Daily Links…
The Green Bay Packers are soon to return both Charles Woodson and Sam Shields. Defensive coordinator Dom Capers must now figure out how to split the snaps for his deep secondary.
Despite practicing this week, it’s not looking like the Packers cornerback will play against the Lions. That and more in today’s Daily Links…
The Packers caught a few breaks but lost a few players on their way to putting together their first complete game of the season and handing the Houston Texans their first defeat of the year.
Sam Shields has gotten the message. He’s willing to tackle. It’s time to make him the starter and only allow Bush to play in the slot.
In the best-case scenario, Tramon Williams returns to his 2010 form, but in the worst-case, Davon House’s injury keeps him on the sideline for much of 2012.
The Green Bay Packers opened their 2012 training camp Thursday. We give five quick takes from the first day of organized practice for the 2012 season.