GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Jeremy Ross had his chance as the Packers' new return specialist in the postseason. A muffed punt in a critical moment of a playoff game may have made Ross a former Packers' return specialist.
Ross could get another shot next season, but one thing is certain: Randall Cobb's days on special teams are over.
"I hope (Cobb) is not playing (special teams) next year," coach Mike McCarthy said at the Scouting Combine. "That's really the responsibility of the rest of the skill players in the locker room. I prefer not to play (Cobb) on special teams. We'll let time answer that."
Cobb, a second-round pick by Green Bay in 2011, took over the return responsibilities immediately as a rookie. In his first NFL game, he ran back a kickoff 108 yards for a touchdown and has been a dynamic force on the Packers' special teams ever since.
"Our special teams in a number of areas was about as good as we've played in our time there in Green Bay, and Randall is a big part of that," Mc...