Found December 24, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
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Aaron Rodgers let it be known Sunday that he would prefer Randall Cobb stick to making big plays on offense -- and offense only. "He's a big-time player. Hope we can get him off special teams soon," the quarterback said following the Packers' 55-7 rout of Tennessee at Lambeau Field. Rodgers' comments came after the versatile playmaker set Green Bay's single-season record for all-purpose yards but sustained an injury to his right ankle later in the game while returning a punt. Cobb didn't return to the game after sustaining the injury in the third quarter. Head coach Mike McCarthy held his day-after-game news conference Monday morning, so he didn't have a full update on Cobb's condition. "The medical staff does not have high concern," McCarthy said. "Randall's so positive, so he doesn't seem very concerned. But, you go through the process and scans and so forth and make sure we get all the information." Whi...
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