This guy is a junk grabber. Green Bay Packers receiver Randall Cobb launched himself into the stands on Sunday and this is what he got — someone going for his package.
Even though he’s expected to take on a larger role on offense, Randall Cobb will remain the Green Bay Packers primary return man.
Green Bay Packers rookie receiver Randall Cobb took home play of the year honors for his 108-yard kickoff return against New Orleans. Here’s what he had to say and the play itself one more time.
Green Bay Packers rookie receiver Randall Cobb isn’t just walking the walk, he’s talking the talk. Cobb isn’t worried about individual stats. He’s more worried about being part of the best receiving corp in the NFL.
The New Orleans Saints just couldn’t keep up with the Green Bay Packers in the NFL season opener Thursday. Clay Matthews & Co. stuffed rookie running back Mark Ingram at the goal line on the last play of the game to pull out the win 42-34. Packers rookie Randall Cobb impressed early, catching a touchdown […]
Green Bay Packers rookie Randall Cobb, who has been the team’s primary return man, could miss the regular season opener with knee injuries. That raises some question as to who might take over the return duties.
The Green Bay Packers drafted a versatile weapon when they picked Kentucky’s Randall Cobb in the second round of the 2011 NFL Draft. We discussed this potential in Cobb’s post-draft breakdown. What we didn’t consider at the time is the possibility of the Packers putting Cobb in the wildcat. Certainly, the wildcat is a gadget play and the Packers aren’t known for running such plays.
With the No. 64 pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers selected Kentucky wide receiver Randall Cobb. There’s a lot to like about Cobb, who was a first-team All-American in 2010, but to be succinct, the Packers haven’t had a player with his skill set in some time. Although he’s a tad […]