Rollins was cut by the 49ers on Friday, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.
Rollins hasn't played since he was with the Packers in 2017. The 2015 second-round pick is little more than a depth secondary and special teams option for teams at this point.
Rollins was waived by the Cardinals on Tuesday, Bob McManaman of the Arizona Republic reports.
Rollins was initially signed by the Cardinals on Nov. 27, but did not appear in a single game during his tenure with the team. The former 2015 second-round pick will be an unrestricted free agent if he goes unclaimed on waivers, and will then be free to search for a depth role elsewhere in the league.
Rollins signed a contract with the Cardinals on Tuesday, Kyle Odegard of the Cardinals' official site reports.
The former 2015 second-round pick was with the Packers this offseason but was placed on injured reserve before the season began and was subsequently released. The Cardinals are in need of defensive back depth after they released Jamar Taylor and Bene Benwikere, and they're hoping Rollins can provide that. The 26-year-old has 76 tackles and three interceptions in his career.
Green Bay and Rollins (hamstring) reached an injury settlement Monday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Rollins initially suffered a hamstring injury in the Packers' preseason finale and was ultimately waived/injured. The 2015 second-rounder is now free to play elsewhere in the league this season, provided he can get healthy.
Rollins (hamstring) cleared waivers and reverted to injured reserve, according to the league's official transaction log.
Rollins was waived after injuring his hamstring in the preseason finale and subsequently went unclaimed on waivers. The 2015 second-round bust is now stuck on IR through the end of the league year unless he agrees to an injury settlement.
Rollins suffered a hamstring injury during Thursday's preseason finale against the Chiefs and is expected to land on IR, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Rollins' availability for Week 1 came into question when the hamstring issue arose, leaving the Packers with a tough choice regarding his standing on the roster as the team was forced to cut down to 53 players Saturday. Rollins will likely either be waived with an injury designation or simply placed on IR -- potentially with a designation to return if he ends up making the squad.
Rollins (Achilles) played 22 defensive snaps and 11 special teams snaps in Thursday's preseason game against the Steelers.
Rollins had one kickoff return for 16 yards and two punt returns for 35 yards, but he's yet to register a tackle from scrimmage through two preseason games. The 26-year-old doesn't appear hampered by the Achilles injury that put him on injured reserve last season, but the Packers' influx of talent at cornerback this offseason likely doesn't leave Rollins with a stable role within the defense.
Rollins (Achilles) has yet to see any reps as an outside cornerback in training camp, Michael Cohen of The Athletic Wisconsin reports.
Rollins has seen time at safety as well as nickel and dime cornerback thus far, with the team apparently not wanting to put him on the perimeter. It's not overly surprising, as head coach Mike McCarthy indicated last week the team believes he can play multiple positions. Moreover, with the influx of talent at cornerback -- free-agent signing Tramon Williams and early-round draft picks Jaire Alexander and Josh Jackson -- Rollins is likely headed towards a more versatile role in 2018.
Coach Mike McCarthy indicated Saturday that Rollins (Achilles) has recovered well from his torn Achilles and the staff believes he can play multiple positions, Michael Cohen of The Athletic Wisconsin reports. However, Cohen also notes that he's yet to run full speed.
Rollins' role varied early in 2017 when he was healthy, but it ended in Week 6 due to the Achilles issue. The Packers infused some additional talent into the secondary this offseason by adding veteran Tramon Williams and a pair of early round draft picks in Jaire Alexander and Josh Jackson. Although Rollins' role remains unclear heading into 2018, McCarthy's comments Saturday suggest the team hasn't given up on the third-year pro.
Rollins (Achilles) participated in a limited fashion during OTAs on Tuesday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
After the Packers drafted Kevin King and signed Davon House in 2017, Rollins averaged 23.2 defensive snaps for six games before injuring his Achilles. Playing time won't come any easier now that the Packers selected two cornerbacks -- Jaire Alexander and Josh Jackson -- in the first two rounds of the 2018 draft and brought veteran Tramon Williams back.
Rollins (Achilles) is making good progress this offseason, Michael Cohen of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. "Good. Really good, actually. Really good," head coach Mike McCarthy said of Rollins' status Tuesday. "Just talked about him last week. Rehab is going good. Q does everything right. I look for him to come back strong."
Rollins landed on injured reserve back in October due to a severe Achilles injury. It's welcomed news for the Packers, as Rollins will likely be expected to take on a larger role next season after the team shipped Damarious Randall to Cleveland. The Packers did sign veteran Tramon Williams earlier this month, who figures to play a key role on the field while serving as a mentor to the younger cornerbacks in Rollins and Kevin King.
Rollins was placed on injured reserve Monday with an Achilles injury, Tom Pelissero of NFL.com reports.
Rollins was finally seeing some significant snaps in the absence of top corners Davon House (quadriceps) and Kevin King (concussion) on Sunday before suffering what was initially reported as an ankle injury. The injury has since been clarified as an apparently severe Achilles injury, leaving the Packers to hope House and King can return against the Saints in Week 7.
Rollins (ankle) is out for the rest of Sunday's game against the Vikings, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
The Packers' secondary will be dangerously lacking depth in Rollins' absence. His 19 tackles (nine solo) aren't extraordinary, but leaving the reigns to undrafted rookie Lenzy Pipkins and Josh Hawkins is cause for concern.
Rollins hurt his ankle in Sunday's game against the Vikings and is questionable to return, Tom Pelissero of NFL.com reports.
Rollins battled an ankle injury ahead of a Week 5 matchup with the Cowboys, and it's unclear if this is related. However, if he can't return, the Packers' secondary will have just three healthy cornerbacks and could be in trouble.
Rollins (ankle) is active for Sunday's game against the Cowboys.
Rollins participated fully in practice throughout the week but was still hit with the questionable tag leading up to Sunday. The 25-year-old has been mostly utilized as a special teams player this season and will likely continue in that capacity in Week 5.
Rollins is dealing with an ankle injury and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Cowboys, Michael Cohen of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Rollins was a late addition to the injury report but was a full participant in practice this week, making the questionable tag a bit curious. The 25-year-old played only one defensive snap and 14 special teams snaps against the Bears in Week 4, so his defensive role at this point seems to be inconsistent at best.
Rollins had eight tackles (four solo) in Sunday's victory over the Seahawks.
Rollins opened the season as the Packers' nickelback and was not tabbed with a start Sunday, but with the Packers frequently operating with extra defensive backs and fellow cornerback Damarious Randall briefly leaving the game, Rollins was on the field for 46 of the Packers' 49 defensive snaps, according to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com. Expect him to continue playing a regular role in the Packers' defensive backfield.
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 lasting effect on his availability. 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 a full go for offseason work.
Rollins finished the 2016 season with 45 tackles and eight passes defensed, including an interception.
In what was his second season, Rollins improved on the numbers from his rookie year while also being thrust into a larger role. When Sam Shields (concussion) was placed on IR after just one game, Rollins stepped into the starting corner role for much of the season. Despite missing five of the team's 19 games, partly due to a concussion of his own, Rollins played in 68.2 percent of Green Bay's defensive snaps, up from just 30.7 percent last year. He'll look to continue his improvement as the Packers look to better their pass defense, which ranked 31st in the NFL in 2016.
Rollins (concussion) is active for Sunday's NFC championship game against the Falcons.
Rollins hasn't played since suffering a concussion in the Packers' Week 17 win over the Lions. He was able to practice all week and appeared on track for a return. Against the top passing attack in the NFL, Rollins' return couldn't come at a better time. Ladarius Gunter will likely see his role reduced now that Rollins is active.