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Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reports that Packers WR Randall Cobb will undergo an MRI on his injured knee Monday.
According to Rapoport, early indications are that it “may not be a major injury.”
Ian Rapoport also reported that James Jones may have “dodged a bullet” with his injury as well.
While this hardly suggests that the Packers and Cobb are completely out of the woods, this is about as good of news as they could expect after what looked like a clear ligament tear in his knee.
Knee sprains can still hold a player out for a number of weeks, so it’s likely that the Packers will need to add a wide receiver at some point next week. The Browns signed seventh-round Charles Johnson off the Packers practice squad this week or he would have been an obvious replacement.
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Randall Cobb will be out at least eight weeks after the Green Bay Packers opted to place their star receiver on injured reserve with the designation to return.
The NFL's designated-to-return rule allows Cobb to practice in six weeks, but he won't be eligible to play for eight weeks. That means it will be Week 15 when Cobb is first able to return to game...
According to Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, the Packers have placed wide receiver Randall Cobb on injured reserve with a designation for return.
#Packers WR Randall Cobb has been put on injured reserve / designated to return, according to NFL source. Can return to practice in 6 weeks
— Tom Silverstein (@TomSilverstein) October 15, 2013
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Today the Packers placed WR Randall Cobb on the injured reserve with the designation to return. The hit was pretty questionable and it seems the Packers will not get Cobb back until week 15 of the Cowboys. @TomSilverstein: #Packers WR Randall Cobb has been put on injured reserve / designated to return, according to NFL […]
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb has quickly become a go-to guy for quarterback Aaron Rodgers. But on Sunday the 23-year-old Kentucky product suffered an injury that will put him out of commission for a while.
The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel is reporting that Cobb has a fractured right fibula and will be out six to eight weeks. After suffering the injury against the Baltimore...
The Packers have always commited to the 'next man up' philosophy. But, after yesterday's tense, defensive slugfest in Baltimore, Green Bay fans and the team both hope to avoid serious injuries that have befallen two of the most high-profile players in the passing game.
With injuries sustained to both James Jones (leg) and Randall Cobb (knee), the Packers organization...
We mentioned earlier that Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb may not have suffered a major knee injury.
According to ESPN.com, it sounds like Cobb will be just fine.
Early reports on Cobb’s knee are “good,” a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
“He’ll be OK,” the source said.
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When the Green Bay Packers initially announced Randall Cobb’s leg injury, head coach Mike McCarthy told reporters that the wide receiver would miss multiple weeks. A source later clarified that vague figure, telling Tyler Dunne of the Journal Sentinel that Cobb will miss six to eight weeks due to a fractured fibula he suffered during Sunday’s win over the Baltimore Ravens.
Packers receiver Randall Cobb is done for the day after suffering a knee injury at the end of the first half.Fantasy Spin:Cobb had to be carted off the field. With James Jones also out for the game, Jordy Nelson and Jermichael Finley will be Aaron Rodgers' primary targets in the passing game for the final two quarters.
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Though coach Mike McCarthy wouldn't confirm any specifics of the three injuries suffered by Green Bay Packers players in Sunday's game, there was some information available Monday afternoon.
Wide receiver Randall Cobb will be out "multiple weeks" with a knee injury. Wide receiver James Jones (knee) has a chance to play in the next game. Outside...
The Packers are down to two healthy wide receivers at the half against the Baltimore Ravens. Paging Jermichael Finley.
The Packers had already lost James Jones to a knee injury in the first half when Randall Cobb sustained what looked like a brutal right knee injury of his own. Cobb needed to be placed on a cart after being helped off the field.
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Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb left Sunday’s game in the first half after taking a shot to the knee from Baltimore Ravens safety Matt Elam. Cobb had to reach up to secure the pass, and Elam simply followed the NFL protocol by hitting the receiver low and not aiming for the head. Aaron […]
Randall Cobb will be out at least eight weeks after the Green Bay
Packers opted to place their star receiver on injured reserve with
the designation to return.
With Randall Cobb now out for at least the next six weeks, the Packers added receiver Myles White and tight end Jake Stoneburner from the practice squad.
With Randall Cobb and James Jones sidelined for most of the game with injuries, Packers receiver Jordy Nelson had a field day Sunday against the Ravens.Fantasy Spin:Nelson didn't have many catches (just four) but he made each of them count. Nelson's 113-yard performance marked his highest yardage total since Week 1 against the Niners. He's off to an excellent start (484...
The Green Bay Packers' injury list keeps on growing.
Coach Mike McCarthy knew about the injuries sustained by wide receivers Randall Cobb and James Jones during Sunday's victory at Baltimore.
But he didn't learn until Monday morning that starting outside linebacker Nick Perry had suffered a foot injury that will sideline him at least for this week and likely longer...