Packers announce Quinten Rollins ruled out for game vs. Bears
Quinten Rollins suffered a groin injury on Saturday.
On Sunday, the Packers were missing cornerback Quinten Rollins because he was out with a groin injury. And with the Packers having a quick turnaround as they face the Chicago Bears this week, they have already made his status very clear.
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On Sunday night, the Packers announced that Rollins will miss the Packers game against the Bears on Thursday due to the injury. Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said Rollins suffered the injury at practice on Sunday.
McCarthy: Quinten Rollins hurt himself yesterday at practice. He won't be available this week vs. Chicago. Don't have full timeline.— Green Bay Packers (@packers) October 17, 2016
With Rollins out, this means the Packers could be without their top three cornerbacks on Thursday. Sam Shields hasn't played since the first game of the year due to a concussion he suffered and Damarious Randall injured his groin a couple weeks ago, but he re-injured it on Sunday and was forced to leave the game.
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