Not only do the Green Bay Packers have to make a decision on free agent James Jones, they have to think about extensions for Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson.
The Green Bay Packers have activated receiver Randall Cobb from injured reserve, just in time for Sunday’s showdown with the Chicago Bears. Boom!
Randall Cobb’s road back from a broken leg could end this week. The Green Bay Packers will make a decision on Cobb on Saturday or Sunday.
The Green Bay Packers haven’t ruled out injured receiver Randall Cobb for Sunday’s game, which is a sign he’s getting close to a return from injured reserve.
Green Bay Packers still haven’t cleared Aaron Rodgers to play and will take the week to see where he is. Meanwhile, Randall Cobb returned to practice.
He isn’t back on the field yet, but receiver Randall Cobb is at least running again. Does that mean he’ll return for the Green Bay Packers soon? Unlikely.
Green Bay Packers receiver Randall Cobb was supposed to be cleared to run two weeks ago. That hasn’t happened yet. It might be a lost season for Cobb.
Randall Cobb is eligible to return from injured reserve on December 10, but he made it sound like that was a long shot on Wednesday. Oh well.
The Green Bay Packers have placed injured receiver Randall Cobb on injured reserve with designation to return. That, and a look at the other roster moves.
The Green Bay Packers may get one of their injured receivers back this week. James Jones, who has a sprained PCL, has a chance to play. Randall Cobb is out.
Aaron Rodgers got into it on the field with Baltimore Ravens safety Matt Elam on Sunday. Rodgers took exception with a hit on Randall Cobb. Here’s his explanation.
The Green Bay Packers lost receivers Randall Cobb and James Jones to knee injuries on Sunday. Early reports are neither injury is serious.
The Green Bay Packers didn’t sign another returner to the active roster after releasing Jeremy Ross. That likely means Randall Cobb is the returner again.
The Green Bay Packers have three guys on pace to reach 1,000 yards receiving and the media loves it! Here’s some historical perspective for you, media.
At this time last week it seemed questionable if Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb would be ready for the Green Bay Packers season opener. Not anymore.
Randall Cobb returned to practice after missing the Green Bay Packers first preseason game, but he’s not fully healthy. The Packers would be wise to sit him.
Jordy Nelson is going to miss the entire preseason after undergoing knee surgery. Randall Cobb is also hurt. They wouldn’t be the Packers if they weren’t a MASH unit.
Randall Cobb is the Green Bay Packers most versatile weapon, but he seems to be doing his best Jermichael Finley impersonation. That is, dropping the ball.
Aaron Rodgers really likes the Green Bay Packers offense, despite the loss of a couple receivers. He isn’t so high on all of the team’s running backs though.
Green Bay Packers receiver Randall Cobb likes his classic cars. Or at least it looks like he does. Cobb was tearing around in a couple this weekend.