Report: CB Shields Agrees To New Contract With Packers
(GREEN BAY, Wis.) -- The Green Bay Packers and cornerback Sam Shields agreed to a four-year contract, worth $39 million, according to ESPN. The deal also includes a signing bonus of $12.5 million.
Green Bay signed Shields as a free agent out of University of Miami in 2010. In four seasons with the Packers, he has 163 tackles, 13 interceptions and one sack.
Shields captured his first Vince Lombardi Trophy in his rookie season when Green Bay defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers, 31-25 in Super Bowl XLV. He recorded two tackles in the championship game.
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