Packers' Sam Shields (37) is all smiles after making an interception last Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals.
The decibel level in Sam Shields' voice rarely flickers above a muttered, hushed tone.
The Green Bay Packers cornerback doesn't possess the same philosophical insights as teammate Tramon Williams or the diplomatic resolve of a Charles Woodson. But inside a meeting room, he's as respected as anyone on the roster.
Taking a quick scan of the 24-year-old, you wouldn't know he usually tests higher than anyone in cornerback coach Joe Whitt's classroom or that he took rookies and first-year players like Micah Hyde and James Nixon under his wing in camp. ...