Packers defensive back Sam Shields can be had for a second-round draft pick.
The Packers have placed the second-round tender on Shields, a restricted free agent, a league source tells PFT.
That means any team that wants Shields can sign him to an offer sheet, and if the Packers don’t match it, that team would get Shields and the Packers would get that team’s second-round draft pick. More likely, however, he’ll stick with Green Bay: Restricted free agents don’t switch teams very often.
Last season Shields played in 10 games, starting eight, and also started both playoff games, having an interception in each of them.