"I don't think it will be [a long-term thing]," Cobb said. "We're just taking it day by day right now. We'll find out more [Sunday]."
The Packers can ill-afford to lose Cobb, who caught 91 passes for 1,287 yards and 12 touchdowns last season.
The team has yet to reveal the specifics of the injury.
Goodwin was removed in the second quarter after taking a hit following a 19-yard catch over the middle. He remained on the ground for several minutes before being escorted to the locker room.
Jones is fresh off a season in which he caught 104 passes for 1,593 yards and six touchdowns for Atlanta.
Terms of the deal are expected to include $47 million in guaranteed money.
Doss led the NFL in punt-return average in 2013 before missing last year due to an ankle injury. He was recently passed on the depth chart by rookie Rashad Greene. The Jaguars decided Doss didn't bring enough to the table as a receiver to warrant a place on the team.
Patton, who was claimed off waivers in May from Tampa Bay, has yet to catch a pass in the NFL.
Light is a rookie free agent out of Fordham who impressed the team during a tryout Friday. He caught 177 passes over four years at the college level.
Bell also dealt with a hamstring issue in June. It remains to be seen how long this one keeps him sidelined.
Evans said if it were the regular season, he would play this week. However, he said resting is the way to go to make sure he is 100 percent by the Sept. 13 opener against the Titans.
"I think it’s smart," Evans said of sitting the final two preseason games, per ESPN.com. "There’s nothing to risk. I’ve already proved myself and I’m just trying to get back for Week 1."
One benefit of playing the last two games would be to get more work with rookie quarterback Jameis Winston. However, Evans said building rapport is not an issue.
"I’ve had enough," Evans said. "We’ll be ready for Week 1. We’re both professionals."
Evans had a pretty strong rookie campaign, totaling 68 catches for 1,051 yards and 12 touchdowns. However, he is expecting better things in 2015 because of Winston's arrival and his new role in coordinator Dirk Koetter's offense.
"I’m just so much more comfortable with this offense," Evans said. "There are a lot of plays to be made in this offense. I’m playing the X this year. I like it more and I’ll get more opportunities."
“He ran [Wednesday]," Kubiak said, per ESPN.com. "Everything was positive, good. I’m hoping [Friday] he gets some throwing in with Peyton (Manning). I think everything is on schedule for him to be a full-time participant next week."
Coughlin said earlier in the week it was a possibility the veteran receiver would miss the entire preseason schedule. Cruz was progressing coming off a major knee injury he sustained last season before suffering a calf injury in training camp.