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Even Woodson Notices Shields

CB Sam Shields (Bill Huber photo)

When the reigning defensive player of the year notices an undrafted rookie, that must be a good sign. Sam Shields, who ran a 4.3 40-yard dash at his pro day, is making a solid impression. Woodson and Tramon Williams — a former undrafted rookie — offer their advice.

Sam Shields has been the Green Bay Packers' most-talked about undrafted rookie for the last few months. Even Charles Woodson has noticed. "You know what, I think he's going to be able to play for us," Woodson told Packer Report on Sunday. "He's making some plays, he definitely runs well. The test will be for him, is the playbook. There's a lot. We'll have 50 plays by (Sunday) night. So, once he...

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