Rollins underwent groin surgery at the end of last season, Michael Cohen of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Rollins' surgery doesn't appear to have any major lasting effect on his availability at the current time. Rollins was also notably dealing with concussion-like symptoms at the end of last season's playoff run. Assuming he suffers no setbacks in either regard, Rollins should be good a full go for offseason work.
Schum did not practice Tuesday due to a minor back injury, ESPN's Rob Demovsky reports.
Schum is expected to return to his punting duties sooner than later. As it stands right now, he'll be competing for the starting punter job along with rookie Justin Vogel leading up to the start season.
Biegel (hand) underwent surgery to correct a fracture in his foot, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Biegel missed time during the first day of rookie practice due to a hand injury, and it appears he has since re-aggravated the Jones fracture in his foot that forced him to miss two games at Wisconsin last season. The surgery will keep him out until at least training camp, and he's in danger of missing some time then as well. The team will be hoping he can recover quickly to contribute to the defense early on in the season.
Jones spent much of Friday's practice at rookie minicamp as an inside linebacker, Pete Dougherty of USA Today reports.
Jones logged most of his collegiate snaps at safety, but the NFL has transitioned in recent years to repackaging safeties as inside linebackers in order to combat opposing passing attacks (see Deone Bucannon in Arizona and Mark Barron with the Rams). The Packers' initial plan for Jones appears to mimic this thinking, and he certainly boasts the size (6-foot-1, 220 pounds) and speed (4.41 40-yard dash at the combine) to handle the rigors of the position. With Morgan Burnett locked down as the starting strong safety, any versatility Jones displays now will help him get on the field immediately in dime and nickel situations as a rookie.