Sigh of relief, everybody!
After his MRI, #Packers WR Randall Cobb has an AC joint sprain, source said. It’s minor. No word on Week 1, but could have been much worse
That’s great news. Cobb initially thought he had a broken collarbone. That notion was quickly dispelled when he received x-rays in the Lambeau Field locker room during the game.
Other sources had it being a separated shoulder, which wouldn’t have been season-ending, but also likely would have meant Cobb would be sidelined for week 1 and playing through pain when he did get on the field.
Obviously, there’s no timetable on Cobb’s return yet, but a low-level AC sprain typically requires one to two weeks to heal.
That certainly puts Cobb’s availability for week 1 at better than 50 percent.