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18 Randall Cobb WR
Height/Weight: 5-10/192 | Birthdate: 8/22/1990 | Birthplace: Maryville, TN, USA | Team: Green Bay | College: Kentucky | NFL Experience: 4 | Owned/Started%: 49/4 | Average Draft Position: 33.20
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Jordy Nelson, not Randall Cobb, is Packers' No. 1 receiver


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(7/11/2014) The Packers' official website considers Jordy Nelson the team's No. 1 receiver and Randall Cobb the No. 2 receiver. Nelson, who plays the "X" receiver spot, is the guy who "lines up on the line of scrimmage. He’s the guy who’s big enough and strong enough to get off the jam, and fast enough to defeat the jam and still get deep," the website said.

Cobb plays the flanker or the slot. "He’s a guy who plays off the line of scrimmage and is used in a lot of strategic ways," the report said.


Randall Cobb to lead league in receptions?


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(6/25/2014) Packers receiver Randall Cobb was headed for a big 2013 season when he broke his leg. The team's website says if he stays healthy, Cobb "could lead the league in receptions" because "he plays in an offense that is going to use him in multiple ways."

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers has described Cobb as a "100-catch guy." Cobb caught 80 passes for 954 yards and eight touchdowns in 15 games in 2012.


Packers have to decide on future of Randall Cobb, Jordy Nelson


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(6/4/2014) The Packers enter this season knowing receivers Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson will be free agents after this year, reports the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

And both receivers are hoping to get paid.

"I'm not a businessman, so I don't really know that side of that, that's what I have an agent for," said Cobb. "That's for the Packers to decide and to figure out."

Nelson was asked if he talked to his agent and gave any kind of deadline discussing, or not discussing, a possible extension as he prepares for the upcoming season.

"Obviously, you want to get it done as soon as possible," said Nelson. "But there are a lot of other people that are involved in that. It's a process and we'll just have to wait and see how it goes. I guess I'm more focused on hoping it gets done before we get to that."


Packers want to take Randall Cobb off returns


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(3/19/2014) The Packers want Randall Cobb to play strictly as a receiver this season, reports ESPN.com. Cobb returned three punts and a kickoff last year and has three career return touchdowns.

With James Jones' departure, Green Bay does not want to expose Cobb to additional injury risk.


Randall Cobb, Packers not talking extension yet


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(2/19/2014) Packers receiver Randall Cobb said Tuesday he has not heard from the team in regards to a contract extensions, reports NFL.com. Cobb is entering a contract year in 2014.

"Not that I know of," Cobb said of any contact with the Packers over a new deal. "My agent hasn't mentioned it to me, so I don't know if there's been any talks."

Cobb said his preference is to sign a long-term deal with the Packers.

"I would definitely love that," he said. "But unfortunately that won't be my decision. That will be on the team to come to me with that decision. I would love to get it out the way and not to have to worry about any of the conversations or answering any questions during the season that would take away from what we're trying to do as a football team."


Randall Cobb determined to break more tackles in '14


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(1/6/2014) Packers receiver Randall Cobb caught a deep pass in the fourth quarter of Sunday's playoff loss and had one man to beat for a touchdown. 49ers safety Eric Reid tripped up Cobb at the 9-yard line, and Green Bay settled for a field goal.

“I’ve got to get better at breaking tackles,” Cobb said, per the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. “If I want to be a great player – and not just a good player – I have to do more. I have to be more. I’m going to take that upon myself this offseason. I’m going to let this pain that I feel right now fuel me to come back stronger and better next season.”

Cobb broke or avoided six tackles in six regular-season games, according to Pro Football Focus. Seattle's Golden Tate led receivers in that category, causing 21 missed tackles.


Randall Cobb does not play full complement of snaps


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(1/5/2014) Packers receiver Randall Cobb, in his second game back from a broken leg, did not play a full complement of snaps in the playoff loss to the 49ers. He caught both his targets for 51 yards, including a 26-yard gain to convert 4th-and-2 in the fourth quarter.

Cobb also returned four kickoffs for 87 yards. He'll get the offseason to heal up completely as he enters the last year of his four-year deal.


Aaron Rodgers, Randall Cobb not on injury report


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(1/1/2014) Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and receiver Randall Cobb are not on this week's injury report. "They look great, feel great," coach Mike McCarthy said. "I have no worries about those two."

Rodgers returned from a broken collarbone and Cobb from a broken leg to play Week 17 at Chicago. They'll face the 49ers in a playoff game Sunday.


Randall Cobb played way more snaps than expected


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12/31/2013) Packers receiver Randall Cobb was only supposed to play about 15 snaps in his Week 17 return from a broken leg. He ended up playing 37, catching two second-half touchdowns to knock off the Bears and send Green Bay to the playoffs.

"Going in we said if we can get him 15 or so snaps, that would be great,” offensive coordinator Tom Clements told the team's websiet. “He played more and he felt fine, so I’m sure that’s good for his confidence. He didn’t have a problem playing the extended number of plays, so that’s good.”

Cobb, who ran 23 pass routes, could get an even bigger workload Sunday as a nearly full-time slot receiver, enabling Jordy Nelson to stay outside. In Week 1, Cobb caught seven passes for 108 yards and a touchdown against San Francisco.

“He’s dangerous with the ball in his hands,” Clements said. “If you can get him the ball, he has a chance to make big plays out of short gains. Not that Jordy can’t, but obviously Randall is a little smaller. He’s used to being a punt returner and a kick returner, running in traffic and making guys miss. That’s where he excels.”


Randall Cobb strikes twice in Week 17 win


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(12/29/2013) Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb made his presence felt with a pair of late-game touchdowns in his first game back from a broken leg Sunday against the Bears in Week 17.

In his first game back since Week 6, Cobb came down with a 7-yard touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers in the third quarter. With the season on the line, Rodgers then found Cobb on a 4th-and-8 play for a 48-yard touchdown with 38 seconds remaining in the game. He caught all two of his targets for 55 yards and two touchdowns in a 33-28 victory.

Cobb had just two touchdown grabs before Sunday's game. He finished the regular season with 31 catches for 433 yards and four touchdowns. He'll look to keep rolling at home against the 49ers in the opening round of the playoffs.

Randall Cobb active for Week 17


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(12/29/2013) Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb, who was activated from injured reserve Saturday, was officially ruled active for Week 17 against the Bears in Chicago. Cobb has not played since Week 6, when he suffered a broken leg. His role on offense remains uncertain for Green Bay's must-win game.

Randall Cobb officially questionable for return


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(12/28/2013) Despite being activated from injured reserve Saturday, Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb may not be quite ready to return just yet. He is officially listed on the injury report for Week 17 against the Bears as questionable, after the team added him to the active roster. 

Cobb has not played since Week 6, when he suffered a broken leg. His status will likely be determined prior to kickoff, though he tweeted "All hands on deck," Saturday, indicating he seems to think he will be playing.


Randall Cobb activated from IR Saturday


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(12/28/2013) The Packers activated wide receiver Randall Cobb from injured reserve Saturday, indicating he will likely make his return to action in Week 17 against the Bears.

Cobb has been limited to five games this season due to a broken leg, but was able to practice this week. He is now on the active roster, and should be active and in uniform for Sunday's game.

Cobb had 29 receptions for 378 yards and two touchdowns in five games prior to suffering the injury in Week 6. 


Randall Cobb to be evaluated Saturday


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(12/27/2013) Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb will be evaluated Saturday.

If his evaluation goes well, Cobb has a chance to play Week 17 against the Bears. He was able to get through practice both Thursday and Friday, prompting some to think he's ready to return. Cobb has played just five games due to a leg injury.


Randall Cobb to be evaluated Friday


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(12/26/2013) Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb  will be evaluated Friday.

Cobb was able to practice in pads Thursday, and appears to be creeping toward a return. Head coach Mike McCarthy said he felt better about Cobb, but would not say more than that. He's attempting to come back from a broken leg.


Randall Cobb practicing in pads Thursday


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(12/26/2013) Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb was able to practice Thursday.

Cobb is dealing with a leg injury that has kept him out since Week 6. There's a chance he could see some game action Week 17 depending on whether the team deems him ready to play.


Randall Cobb could come off IR this week


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(12/23/2013) Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb hasn't played since Week 6, but he could get one more taste of game action in Week 17 against the Bears.

Cobb remains on IR with a knee inury, but Mike McCarthy said he will have his practice reps increased this week. It remains to be seen if he will be activated for the critical clash.


Randall Cobb not close to game-ready


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12/18/2013) Packers receiver Randall Cobb, who returned to practice Wednesday more than two months after breaking his leg, said he wasn't able to run full speed. "I’ve only been running for 7-8 days now," he told Fox Sports. "Just trying to get back acclimated to running." 

Cobb said he has not been medically cleared to play, only to run and practice.


Randall Cobb practicing for first time in two months


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12/18/2013) Packers receiver Randall Cobb is practicing Wednesday for the first time since breaking his tibia Oct. 13 and is "showing agility," reports the Green Bay Press-Gazette. Cobb would need to be added to the active roster to play Sunday against the Steelers.

According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Cobb was "very limited. [He] ran around some and caught some balls from QBs in drills. Didn't catch punts."


Packers to re-evaluate Randall Cobb later in the week


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(12/16/2013) Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Monday he received a positive report on wide receiver Randall Cobb (knee). However, McCarthy gave no indication Cobb is set to return Week 16 vs. Pittsburgh.

"Randall Cobb's workout today I was told was very good," McCarthy said. "We'll see how he is tomorrow. Wednesday is the day we set the plan."


Randall Cobb cleared to run


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(12/12/2013) Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb has been cleared to begin running, according to ESPN.

Cobb is attempting to come back from a fractured fibula, and was able to do some running Tuesday. He is technically eligible to practice and play this week, though that doesn't appear likely. Cobb still needs to receive medical clearance before he's able to return for practice and games. It's still unclear if Cobb will return during the regular season.


Randall Cobb still has to be medically cleared to return


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(12/9/2013) Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Monday wide receiver Randall Cobb, who's on short-term injured reserve with a fractured right fibula, had a good workout Monday and is expected to work out again Tuesday. However, while McCarthy said Cobb is doing more this week, he's still not been medically cleared to return.

Randall Cobb not cleared yet


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12/3/2013) Packers receiver Randall Cobb, who's on short-term injured reserve with a leg injury, has not been cleared to practice though he's making progress, coach Mike McCarthy said. Cobb is eligible to return Dec. 10, but it's unclear if he'll play again this season.

Randall Cobb unsure if he'll return this season


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(11/21/2013) Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb isn't sure whether he'll return this season, according to the Green Bay Press-Gazette.

Cobb said the best case scenario was a mid-December return, but admitted he still has no timetable. Cobb was placed on the short-term I.R., and is eligible to return Decemeber 10. Cobb stressed that was the earliest possible date he could return, but it's not necessarily the target date. He also would not elaborate on his injury, hinting that the initial report of broken fibula may not have been accurate. He refused to say any more about the injury. Despite being out the past five games, Cobb is tied for second on the team with 29 receptions.


Packers coach: Randall Cobb 'getting healthy'


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/20/2013) Packers coach Mike McCarthy said he didn't have an update Wednesday on the status of wide receiver Randall Cobb, who is on short-term injured reserve with a fractured right fibula, other than to say the injured receiver is progressing.

"He's off his Segway. He's getting around a lot better," McCarthy said. "I see him in the weight room. He's getting healthy."