You wouldn’t really know it by watching his play, but Green Bay Packers receiver Randall Cobb says his shoulder injury is still not fully healed.
New Orleans Pelicans center Anthony Davis was at Sunday night’s Green Bay Packers game to support his boy Randall Cobb. Both played at Kentucky.
The Green Bay Packers are expecting to have receiver Randall Cobb on the field when they face the Chicago Bears. Cobb was expected to practice today.
The Green Bay Packers should have receiver Randall Cobb back for week 1. Should being the operative word. No one is sure of the severity of the injury.
The Green Bay Packers will have receiver Randall Cobb when they open the regular season, according to a report. Cobb injured his shoulder last Saturday.
The Green Bay Packers appear to have dodged a bullet with receiver Randall Cobb’s shoulder injury. It is being called minor and Cobb should be ready for week 1.
The Green Bay Packers are still considering using receiver Randall Cobb on punt returns. Should they be? No they shouldn’t, but not for the reason you think.
Green Bay Packers receiver Randall Cobb discussed his free agency journey and a number of other things with Rich Eisen earlier this week. Take a listen.
After signing a huge contract for No. 1 receiver money this offseason, Randall Cobb knows people have expectations for him. He’s now trying to lower them.
We’re really going to miss Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor. Not for his play, but for stuff like this. Here he is evaluating Randall Cobb’s eyes.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and receiver Randall Cobb showed up in Milwaukee to watch the Bucks lose to the Chicago Bulls, Thursday night. Photos!
Aaron Rodgers, now a Wisconsin Badgers fan, had some fun with Randall Cobb, who went to Kentucky, over the Badgers’ win in the Final Four Saturday night.
Randall Cobb turned down more lucrative offers to return to the Green Bay Packers because he’s concerned about winning. He sits in stark contrast to players like Darrelle Revis.
The Green Bay Packers paid more than they wanted to keep receiver Randall Cobb, but Cobb had more lucrative offers available to him elsewhere. Proof that winning matters for Cobb.
The Green Bay Packers have taken care of their top free agent, re-signing receiver Randall Cobb to a new four-year deal. The deal makes Cobb the Packers top-paid receiver.
Percy Harvin is going to be released by the New York Jets. Randall Cobb is going to leave the Green Bay Packers. The solution for all parties seems pretty obvious to us.
The Green Bay Packers are reportedly offering Randall Cobb a contract around $9 million annually. However, he isn’t biting because he knows he’ll get more on the open market.
Earlier this week, there was a report the Green Bay Packers would let Randall Cobb test the free agent market. Cobb was quick to throw some doubt on that.
The Green Bay Packers don’t appear as interested in re-signing receiver Randall Cobb as they used to be. Cobb will reportedly be allowed to test the market, which means a likely departure from Green Bay.
The Oakland Raiders are expected to make a run at Green Bay Packers receiver Randall Cobb if he hits the open market. That would be a problem for the Packers.