A report says that a former Green Bay Packers cornerback is in re-start mode after his career ended due to numerous concussions.
Sam Shields is going to visit numerous teams including the Cleveland Browns, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Shields played seven years with the Packers, from 2010 until 2016. His interception in the final seconds of the NFC Championship Game clinched Green Bay's spot in Super Bowl XLV, which they won.
He finished his career in Green Bay in 2016 after playing the season opener before suffering the last of his concussions.
Shields produced 20 turnovers in regular season games, but came up biggest in 11 postseason games with five interceptions.