QRandall Cobb
WR GB (7)
19 minutes ago

Cobb (foot) was spotted without a walking boot during his annual youth football camp Wednesday, Chris Roth of WBAY Green Bay reports.

EDGE Analysis

Cobb, who was originally spotted in a walking boot at an airport last month, was seen demonstrating agility and footwork drills without a noticeable limp. When asked about his availability for training camp, the receiver indicated that he'll be "involved" even if the Packers' medical team doesn't fully clear him for all activities. While the nature of this injury remains a mystery, Cobb said Wednesday that "he'll get into that here soon when training camp rolls around." Green Bay requires veterans to report to camp July 27.

QRandall Cobb
WR GB (7)
9 hours ago

Cobb (foot) plans to be involved during training camp and isn't sure if he will have any restrictions, Chris Barriere of NBC 26 Green Bay reports.

EDGE Analysis

Spotted in a walking boot after June minicamp, Cobb hasn't elaborated on the nature of his injury. He wasn't wearing the boot at his annual football camp Wednesday, and he said he'll talk to the Packers' training staff to formulate a plan for training camp. There doesn't seem to be much concern regarding Cobb's availability for Week 1, but it won't come as any surprise if he's eased into practice over the next few weeks. The veteran slot receiver will turn 28 in August and is looking to bounce back from consecutive seasons with less than 700 receiving yards.

QRandall Cobb
WR GB (7)
3 weeks ago

Cobb has a walking boot on his right foot and may be eased into training camp, but there's no concern about his Week 1 availability, Michael Cohen of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

EDGE Analysis

Cobb, who apparently suffered an injury during OTAs or minicamp, declined to say if he underwent surgery. Some missed time in training camp wouldn't be a big deal for the eighth-year pro, but it'll be worth watching closely if he doesn't make it back for the preseason. With Jordy Nelson swapped out for TE Jimmy Graham this offseason, Cobb is left as the clear No. 2 wide receiver, giving him a chance to venture back into triple-digit targets for the first time since 2015. His two lowest marks for yards per reception came in 2016 (10.2) and 2017 (9.9), but he partially made up for it by catching more than 70 percent of his targets both years. As such, Cobb is most valuable in PPR formats, though any pass catcher playing with Aaron Rodgers also comes with touchdown upside.

QRandall Cobb
WR GB (7)
4 months ago

Cobb likely is part of the Packers' plans for 2018 after the team released Jordy Nelson on Tuesday, ESPN.com's Rob Demovsky reports.

EDGE Analysis

Seeking cap space to sign Jimmy Graham, the Packers unsurprisingly stuck with 27-year-old Cobb over 32-year-old Nelson. The veteran slot receiver hasn't sniffed the 1,000-yard mark since signing a four-year, $40 million contract in 2015, but he's maintained a catch rate in the 70-percent range while showing flashes of his top form. There's still potential for another big season if Cobb and Aaron Rodgers can actually stay healthy at the same time for an extended period.

QRandall Cobb
WR GB (7)
4 months ago

Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst hinted at a preference for keeping Cobb with the team, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official website reports.

EDGE Analysis

Once viewed as an elite slot receiver, Cobb is coming off back-to-back seasons with less than 700 receiving yards and four touchdowns, entering the final year of his contract carrying a non-guaranteed base salary of $8.6 million. With Davante Adams recently signed to a four-year extension, the Packers may be hoping that Cobb and/or Jordy Nelson will renegotiate contracts that seemed rather team-friendly not so long ago. Cobb's recent production doesn't mesh with his 2018 salary, but there's reason to think he can turn things around and live up to the lofty number, considering injuries -- both his own and Aaron Rodgers' -- played a major role in the underwhelming stat lines the past two years. Still only 27 years old, Cobb should draw plenty of interest if the Packers ultimately decide to move on, be it via trade or outright release.

QRandall Cobb
WR GB (7)
7 months ago

Cobb nabbed four of six targets for 45 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 35-11 loss to Detroit. He added a four-yard run during the contest.

EDGE Analysis

On fourth and five early in the fourth quarter, Cobb crossed over the middle, snagged a Brett Hundley pass, and cut up field for a 17-yard score -- Green Bay's first in two weeks. 2017 was another ho-hum year for Cobb, but he ended the season strong with two touchdowns in his last three games. It'll be interesting to see what Green Bay does with Cobb following its big contract with Davante Adams. Cobb carries a $12.75-million cap hit in 2018 and a $3.25 million dead-cap figure if he's cut following back-to-back seasons of less than 700 yards receiving.

QRandall Cobb
WR GB (7)
7 months ago

Cobb caught four of seven targets for 22 yards Saturday against the Vikings. He also lost six yards on his lone carry of the 16-0 defeat.

EDGE Analysis

With Davante Adams (concussion) and Jordy Nelson (shoulder) both out of commission, Cobb was the lone experienced wideout going for Green Bay. That did earn him some attention from Xavier Rhodes on the other side, however, and Brett Hundley's continued ineptitude under center contributed to this lackluster performance as well. Cobb could once again be the main man in the passing game next week against the Lions, but the state of the team's offense and a potential date with Darius Slay make him a risky fantasy play, at best.

QRandall Cobb
WR GB (7)
7 months ago

Cobb may pick up extra snaps and targets with Davante Adams (concussion) ruled out for Saturday's game against the Vikings, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports.

EDGE Analysis

It's likely that Adams' 8.3 targets per game will be divvied up among a committee of players including fellow starting wideouts Cobb and Jordy Nelson, but the fantasy ceilings of all the Packers' pass-catching options may remain limited nonetheless with Brett Hundley set to reclaim the starting role at quarterback in place of two-time MVP Aaron Rodgers (collarbone), who was moved back to injured reserve following a Week 15 cameo against the Panthers. When Rodgers exited in the first quarter of the Packers' previous matchup with the Vikings in Week 6 after fracturing the collarbone, Hundley struggled to move the offense in his first extended NFL action, completing 18 of 33 passes for 157 yards, one touchdowns and three interceptions. Minnesota's strong pass defense could prompt Packers head coach Mike McCarthy to lean heavily on the ground game early on until a deficit forces Green Bay into catch-up mode.

QRandall Cobb
WR GB (7)
7 months ago

Cobb brought in seven of 14 targets for 84 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 31-24 loss to the Panthers.

EDGE Analysis

Cobb was one of several Packers pass catchers to benefit from Aaron Rodgers' return to action from a broken collarbone, as he posted his best yardage total since the season opener against the Seahawks. The seven-year veteran saw a season-high target total as well, while his touchdown was his second in the last four games. With Rodgers back in the fold and apparently firing on all cylinders, Cobb could play a pivotal role in the passing attack once again when the Packers face off with the Vikings in Week 16.

QRandall Cobb
WR GB (7)
7 months ago

Cobb caught all eight of his targets for 39 yards in Sunday's 27-21 overtime win in Cleveland.

EDGE Analysis

After going without a target the previous week, Cobb finished second to only Davante Adams (14) on Sunday but was forced to settle for short gains besides one 16-yard pickup. Yet to top 60 yards with Brett Hundley under center, Cobb would get a boost if Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) were to return for Week 15 in Carolina. Cobb averaged 5.8 catches for 54.5 yards on 7.8 targets in Rodgers' four healthy games earlier this year.