GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Randall Cobb didn't need to confirm that he was hurting. It was evident on the field throughout the Green Bay Packers' training camp practice Tuesday. Clutching his right arm during and after every play, the third-year wide receiver was in significant pain. Yet, Cobb stayed in for every series, including the no-huddle finale in which he fell awkwardly to the ground after a deep pass thrown his way fell incomplete.
Cobb shouldn't have been practicing, and he knew it.
"No," Cobb said bluntly when asked if it was smart for him to have practiced.
Cobb has been battling a right biceps injury since the intrasquad scrimmage on Aug. 3, which caused him to miss the preseason opener and portions of two previous practices. Watching from the sideline is something he didn't want to do again, even though he recognized it wasn't wise to participate.
"The hardest part for me is I'm a tough guy, I want to be on the field," Cobb said. "I don't like missing practice. I hate miss...