Randall Cobb battling biceps injury

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Yet there he was on the field through the end of Tuesday’s practice. He even had three passes thrown his way during the final period, a no-huddle drill, and he hauled in two of them. For two straight days, Cobb has practiced with a wrap on the biceps injury he sustained last week. Considering how often coach Mike McCarthy talks about being smart with injured players, it was somewhat surprising to see Cobb on the field when he was in such obvious pain. Cobb “Trying to be smart and be tough at the same time is difficult for me,” Cobb said after practice. “But I understand that I have limitations, and I have to be smart about it. But it’s hard and difficult at times.” When asked whether he was being smart by practicing on Tuesday, Cobb simply said: “No.” “It’s something that we understand what the injury is, and we wouldn’t put him out there if we thought he was in jeopardy of moving forward and getting healthy,” McCarthy said.

Jordy Nelson, Randall Cobb almost back for Packers

21, 2013 at 05:29 p.m. Friend(s) Email More Columns > Jordy Nelson ‘s practice work Wednesday was limited to playing catch on the sideline with Randall Cobb . More strenuous activities are approaching for both receivers. Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy told reporters that Nelson is very close to a return from knee surgery. Cobb also is very close, according to McCarthy. The coach said Cobb — who has been dealing with a biceps injury — might play in Friday’s preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks . McCarthy’s positive update on Nelson came two days after Nelson said he was unsure if he’d be ready for the start of the regular season. The possibility of Cobb playing Friday certainly is a good sign that the Packers don’t have long-term concerns about the injury. As for Nelson, Green Bay is likely to take every precaution with a playmaker whose biggest issue is staying on the field.

Randall Cobb back at practice despite injury; fantasy value mixed

Odds and ends: B.J. Coleman and Graham Harrell , who have been getting equal practice time as they battle for the backup quarterback job, had vastly different days. Coleman threw at least two interceptions during team periods, although one may have been the result of a wrong route by a receiver. Meanwhile, Harrell made perhaps his best throw of camp — hitting James Jones deep on a play-action, roll-out for a 75-yard touchdown. … Outside linebacker Nick Perry showed how much he has improved in coverage. He blew up a screen pass by batting it down. … Lang and Josh Sitton , the teams starting guards, have combined to go 9-1 in the one-on-one drills.

Randall Cobb still Packers’ returner

Cobb has been dealing with a bicep injury that has kept him in and out of practice all training camp. It has been noticeably bothering him over the past couple weeks, prompting him to take a lighter load in practice. More: For more on the Packers, visit Acme Packing Company Cobb has often practiced with a wrap on the shoulder. It’s unclear if it’s something that will go away with time, or if Cobb is making it work by getting back into practice. Either way, he’s back and is looking good, which is important given that the Packers let Greg Jennings walk this offseason, and Jordy Nelson is dealing with injuries of his own and may not be ready for the start of the regular season. Fantasy Impact: Cobb is being drafted relatively high at this point. Last season was Cobb’s second year in the league, and he managed 80 receptions for 954 yards and eight touchdowns in 15 games. He’s expected to start alongside Nelson once they are both healthy, and Cobb is likely going to be Aaron Rodgers ‘ top target.

Randall Cobb Ranks His Top 5 Fantasy Quarterbacks

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Today we look at Randall Cobb and his “Corn on the Cobb” burger. August 21, 2013, 2:32 PM BY ROB MACNEIL FAN FUEL BLOGGER With the 2013 NFL season set to get underway in September, Fan Fuel is taking a look at some of the unique foods sold around the league at each teams stadium. Today, we look in on the Green Bay Packers and their unique Eat like a player/player designed burgers charity promotion available at Lambeau Field at the famous Curlys Pub. For the week of August 17 to August 23, The Corn on the Cobb Burger was designed and named by wide receiver Randall Cobb and it looks amazing. The ingredients?

Randall Cobb Injury: Updates on Packers Star’s Biceps

With legends like Tom Brady and Peyton Manning in the twilight of their careers and up-and-coming stars like Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III just getting started, there are plenty of great quarterbacks to choose from. So who should you target when you are drafting your fantasy team? Randall Cobb from the Green Bay Packers took the time to rank his topfive fantasy quarterbacks for 2013. There are some familiar names on Cobb’s list. Whether it is the prolific Drew Brees or his NFC South counterpart Matt Ryan , Cobb fills you in on the big names you need to have on your fantasy team this fallalthough his choice for theNo. 1quarterback shouldn’t be much of a surprise. Make sure to tell us your topfive quarterbacks in the comments section below. Do you disagree with Randall?

Fan Fuel NFL must-eats: Packers’ Randall Cobb burger

St. Louis. Mike Vandermause (@MikeVandermause) August 14, 2013 3:12 PM ET UPDATE: Tuesday, Aug. 13 From ESPN’s Jason Wilde: McCarthy on Cobb’s biceps: “In Randall’s case, I think it’s probably something he’ll be battling for awhile.” Jason Wilde (@jasonjwilde) August 13, 2013 From ESPN’s Rob Demovsky: MM on Cobb: We understand what the injury is and we wouldn’t put him out there if he was jeopardy of moving forward. Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) August 13, 2013 From Mike Vandermause of the Green Bay Press-Gazette: From Mike Vandermause of the Green Bay Press-Gazette MM: A lot of time is spent assessing injuries. Not one of my favorite things to do.

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