GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Randall Cobb is only 456 yards away from history. The Packers' talented second-year wide receiver, kick and punt returner has a realistic chance to become the NFL's single-season leader for all-purpose yards.
After a career-high 115 receiving yards in Sunday's win over the Chicago Bears, plus 37 kick-return yards, Cobb's season total for all-purpose yards is 2,241.
"There are so many great players who have come through (the NFL), and it's definitely an honor to be mentioned in those names, but I'm a championship guy," Cobb said. "I'm worried about a championship. Records can be broken, but you can't take championships away."
Last season, New Orleans' Darren Sproles broke the record for all-purpose yards that had been held by Derrick Mason for more than a decade. Sproles finished with 2,696 total yards, the biggest chunk of them (1,089) coming from kickoff returns. He added 710 receiving yards, 603 rushing yards and 294 punt return yards.
The vast majority of C...