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Sam Shields comes up with the CLUTCH INT, taking it to the HOUSE!

Sam Shields comes up with the CLUTCH INT, taking it to the HOUSE!

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Shields awarded game ball by Packers coaching staff [Packers.com]

Shields awarded game ball by Packers coaching staff [Packers.com]

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Congratulations to Sam Shields and the Green Bay Packers on advancing!

Congratulations to Sam Shields and the Green Bay Packers on advancing!

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Packers' Shields doesn't miss a beat

"Shields, who had been inactive since suffering a high-ankle sprain against the Houston Texans on Oct. 14, looked like he had missed about 6 minutes, not six games." by: Tom Silverstein, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel 

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Single play enough to boost Shields’ confidence 
by: Rob Demovsky, Green Bay Press-Gazette

Single play enough to boost Shields’ confidence 

  • by: Rob Demovsky, Green Bay Press-Gazette
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Miami legend & Green Bay Packers scout Alonzo Highsmith talks Super Bowl, Sam Shields & The C-A-N-E-S with Joe “Big Dog” Rose on 560 WQAM.

Congrats to Highsmith and Shields on playing integral parts in the Packers run to Super Bowl XLV. 

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Super Bowl bound member of the @ProCanes and current Green Bay Packer Sam Shields was on the radio with Michael Irvin this afternoon.

Thanks to 560 WQAM for the sharing the audio and being the flagship of YOUR Miami Hurricanes. 

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Video: Sam Shields’ Two Interceptions



Here’s video of Sam Shields two interceptions for the Green Bay Packers. Shields, a Miami Hurricane in college, led the Packers to Dallas with his MVP efforts.  

Green Bay will take on the AFC Championship Game winner in the Super Bowl in two weeks.

Watch: Shields Clinches Game With Second Interception

Watch: Shields’ First Interception of Jay Cutler
 
Congrats to Sam. It’s All About The U!!! 

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Congrats to Green Bay Packer CB Sam Shields, who upholds the tradition of Miami Hurricanes reaching the Super Bowl.

Shields led the Packers to a 21-14 win over the Chicago Bears with two interceptions (one pictured above), a forced fumble and a sack.

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