Green Bay packers cornerback Quinten Rollins returned to the practice field for this first time this offseason since suffering a dislocated finger on May 23.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Quinten Rollins returned to the practice field on Monday for the first time since suffering a dislocated finger on May 23, according to ESPN.
The dislocated finger was bad enough that the bone broke through the skin, requiring Rollins to receive stitches. However, he did not sustain any breaks to the bone, meaning he will avoid being sidelined for a lengthy period of time.
Rollins participated in stretching and footwork drills in practice, but likely will not attempt to catch passes until training camp begins on July 24.
The Packers drafted Rollins in the second round out of Miami (OH) in the 2015 NFL draft.
The former MAC defensive player of the year played in 16 games as a rookie, including five starts, tallying 36 tackles, two interceptions and a sack.
The Packers finished sixth in the NFL in passing defense in 2015.