The Green Bay Packers receiving corps will look somewhat different in 2013, but that doesn’t bother quarterback Aaron Rodgers and it doesn’t bother us.
Green Bay Packers receiver Randall Cobb was shooting something for Under Armour last week. Help us fill in the blanks and check out dude’s awesome shirt!
Randall Cobb was the Green Bay Packers leading receiver in 2012, as well as their second-most important player. Well, you ain’t seen nothing yet, according to Cobb.
Green Bay Packers Aaron Rodgers, Clay Matthews and Randall Cobb are representing at the Kentucky Derby. Why? Who cares! Here are the photos.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was at the Wisconsin Sports Awards doing what he does — pulling broads and looking cool. Here’s a rundown of the action in photos.
Not sure what to say about this. You just have to see it for yourself. It’s the Green Bay Packers’ Randall Cobb and Jeremy Ross as some sort of dance duo.
We were excited to bring you the deer fight video today, but it has been taken down. So we went and found something Green Bay Packers-related: Randall Cobb highlights.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy refused to take Randall Cobb off special teams last season, but it looks like he now sees the light. Hooray for that.
The Green Bay Packers will have an unfamiliar look at receiver in 2013 without Greg Jennings and Donald Driver. James Jones is ready to fill the void and be the No. 1.
The NFL’s All-Pro teams were released today and there were no Green Bay Packers on the first team. However, both quarterback Aaron Rodgers and linebacker Clay Matthews made the second team. Peyton Manning beat out Rodgers for first-team honors at quarterback and Von Miller and Aldon Smith beat out Matthews at outside linebacker. Miller had […]
The Green Bay Packers were down three receivers at practice today. Jordy Nelson appears to be the biggest concern going into the team’s matchup with the San Francisco 49ers.
Here are five more insights from the Green Bay Packers Wild Card win over the Minnesota Vikings, including DuJuan Harris’ emergence and Randall Cobb’s disappearance.
The Green Bay Packers now have two capable return men in Randall Cobb and Jeremy Ross. So who’s their go-to guy? They’re not telling, but we are.
We look back at the Green Bay Packers 2012 season, hand out some awards and choose the best and worst players, games and plays.
The Green Bay Packers sat receiver Randall Cobb against the Minnesota Vikings in week 17. He won’t be sitting this week, but his role may be different.
It looks like there’s a good chance the Green Bay Packers will have receiver and return man Randall Cobb when they face the Minnesota Vikings this weekend.
Three Green Bay Packers made the Pro Bowl, including a guy who got benched last week. We tell you who they are along with who got snubbed.
Randall Cobb injured his ankle returning a punt on Sunday, which has started an internal Green Bay Packers debate on whether he should be on special teams. We have a solution.
Green Bay Packers vs. Tennessee Titans! Here’s a game that’s probably only exciting to us, but we’ve got your need to know anyway and a pretty nice cheerleader photo to boot!
Randall Cobb could break Darren Sproles single-season all-purpose yardage mark. We look at his chances, where he stacks up historically and in Green Bay Packers history.