Green Bay Packers receiver Randall Cobb doesn't seem certain about a roster spot, especially after the team released Jordy Nelson. Cobb is being overpaid...
Quick. Name me one guy on the Green Bay Packers who hasn't come close to earning his money. Did you go with Randall Cobb? Then you'll be delighted to know that he's already injured.
The Green Bay Packers have decided to release receiver Jordy Nelson to save salary cap space. The Packers ultimately chose Randall Cobb (and Jimmy Graham) over Nelson.
The Green Bay Packers have some bad contracts and big cap hits with veteran players Clay Matthews, Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb. It sounds like they plan to keep them somehow anyway.
What in the hell are the Green Bay Packers going to do with the receiver mess Ted Thompson created for them? Former Packers receiver James Jones seems to have it worked out.
The Green Bay Packers' receivers have been regressing over the past two years. What seems to be the problem? That's a good question and one offensive coordinator Joe Philbin may need to figure out.
The Green Bay Packers will have some decisions to make at the receiver position this offseason. They will potentially have to get rid of Jordy Nelson or Randall Cobb. Sounds like it may be Cobb. ...
The Green Bay Packers' receiving corps have been terribly unproductive this season. That could affect their passing game going forward.
Here's a look at the Green Bay Packers receivers production with Brett Hundley and Aaron Rodgers. The difference for Jordy Nelson has been huge.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers ditched the sling, at least for Halloween. Rodgers is Steve Zissou and Jordy Nelson is lame. Packers Halloween.
Guess what. The Green Bay Packers have a problem at quarterback, but they may have a bigger problem at receiver. No one is producing as expected.
There's mostly good news on the injuries to Green Bay Packers' receivers Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb. Nelson's appears to be the more serious of the two.
The Green Bay Packers were blown out by the Atlanta Falcons again. That's an issue in the big picture, but it wasn't all bad. Here are five more thoughts.
The Green Bay Packers got off to a fine season-opening win over the Seattle Seahawks. We've painted the broad strokes. Here are the fine lines.
Randall Cobb has had two down seasons in a row, but his 2017 performance will be key for the prospects of the Green Bay Packers. Cobb needs to bounce back.
The Green Bay Packers seemingly have ample receiver depth for the second year in a row. The real question is who gets the shot to be the next Donald Driver?