The Green Bay Packers entered Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings shorthanded at the cornerback position. Kevin King and Davon House were both deactivated for the game, leaving the team with just four corners active.
In the second quarter, they lost Quinten Rollins, potentially for the game. Rollins, who had played primarily in the slot throughout the first half, went down near the goal line whole covering a Vikings receiver and hobbled off the field of play. He was later seen hopping over towards a cart and was taken into the locker room for evaluation.
If Rollins cannot return, the Packers would be down to just three corners for the remainder of the game: Damarious Randall, Josh Hawkins, and Lenzy Pipkins.
The Packers were also missing starting safety Morgan Burnett in this game, and Kent really Brice went down with a minor injury in the first half as well, though Brice has since returned to the field.
Of course, the biggest injury on the game came to Aaron Rodgers' shoulder. There is still no update as yet on the status of his injury.