Quinten Rollins recovering from offseason groin surgery
- Green Bay Packers cornerback Quinten Rollins underwent offseason groin surgery to repair a problem that bothered him for much the 2016 season, he told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
- Rollins and the Packers hope a healthy groin will allow the third-year cornerback to return to the level of play he showed as a part-time player during his rookie season.
- In 2015, Rollins allowed a 58.4 passer rating on 39 targets into his coverage, which ranked fourth out of 105 cornerbacks with at least 200 coverage snaps. Last season, that ballooned to a 135.4 passer rating on 67 targets, including seven touchdowns, which ranked 107th out of 110 cornerbacks.
- Rollins will be competing with a host of players for playing time in 2017, including Davon House, Damarious Randall, Ladarius Gunter, and second-round selection Kevin King.