Found December 25, 2012 on Fantasy Football Champs:
Packers receiver Randall Cobb, who is dealing with an ankle injury, will go back on return duty when healthy, according to coach Mike McCarthy.Fantasy Spin:Cobb has already set a Green Bay single season all-purpose yards record with 2,342, including 954 receiving through Week 16. He's a huge part of the Packers' offense and that includes all his punt and kickoff return yards. He would be severely missed if out of the lineup.
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