Packers cornerback Shields returns to practice
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Starting cornerback Sam Shields has returned to Green Bay Packers practice with the team preparing for an NFC divisional-round playoff game against Arizona.
Shields was limited in practice Wednesday. Shields suffered a concussion in Week 14 against Dallas, and he has missed every game since, including last week's win against Washington in the wild-card game.
Getting Shields back would be a boost for a secondary that must contend with veteran Larry Fitzgerald and the Cardinals' speedy receivers on Saturday night.
Cornerback Quinten Rollins missed practice for the Packers with a quadriceps injury.
On offense, receiver Davante Adams sat out practice with a right knee injury. Rollins and Adams got hurt in the Redskins game.
Starting left tackle David Bakhtiari, who has an ankle injury, was limited in practice.