GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Randall Cobb walked across the Green Bay Packers locker room Wednesday afternoon not expecting to be approached by a group of reporters. It had been more than a month since the team's then-leading wide receiver suffered an injury that was widely reported as a fractured fibula, but Cobb had yet to publicly address the specifics.
As more media members began to hover nearby hoping to get his take on the injury, Cobb agreed to the interview and did a U-turn towards his locker. What followed only served to add confusion -- rather than clarity -- to Cobb's original diagnosis and to his recovery.
"I don't know, I think that's out of the question right now," Cobb said when asked when he'll be able to return to the field. "We're trying to get back to walking and running."
Cobb was placed on injured reserve Oct. 15 with the team's designation to return, so the earliest he could be back in game action is Week 15. But Cobb is...