Pro Football Talk "Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb was last seen on the field making a highlight-reel catch in a divisional playoff game in Arizona that was negated by a penalty. Cobb was slow getting up and knew something was wrong, but until he started coughing up blood a few minutes later, he thought he was..." February 03
TSN "Receiver Randall Cobb has been released from the hospital after leaving the Green Bay Packers' playoff game Saturday night against the Arizona Cardinals with a chest injury. The Packers' leading receiver posted on Twitter on Sunday that he was discharged from a Phoenix-area hospital after being..." January 17
The Score "Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb was forced from Saturday's game against the Arizona Cardinals due to a chest injury. While there's been no official word on the extent of the injury, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports Cobb suffered a bruised lung." January 17
Washington Post "It was bound to happen. At some point, the Redskins’ feel-good, “You like that”-fueled run would come to an end and an opponent would mock the phrase that Kirk Cousins made popular back in October. The run ended Sunday, with a 35-18 loss to the Packers at FedEx Field in the first round of the..." January 11
Larry Brown Sports "The Green Bay Packers have had some issues on offense this season, and Randall Cobb holds himself responsible. The Packers picked up just 77 passing yards last Sunday against Denver and rank 28th in total yards this season, an unusual spot for a typically high-powered offense quarterbacked by..." November 08
The Score "The Green Bay Packers made some adjustments to their injury report ahead of Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos, seemingly clearing defensive tackle B.J. Raji and cornerback Damarious Randall to play. Both players had been listed as questionable Friday, but were upgraded to probable..." October 31
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "There are several ways to beat the frequent double coverage that Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb has faced almost every week this season, but it's not about rewriting the playbook. Over the 35 years in which passing has been an obsession in the NFL, the best solution always has..." October 16
ESPN "As the Wisconsin winter nears and the Lambeau Field turf hardens as it does every year after the first frost, Green Bay Packers receiver Randall Cobb may have to protect his sprained right shoulder even more. That the injury is still bothersome more than six weeks after he fell hard on it in a..." October 15
Randall Cobb will play today, but not 100%. Likely to wear extra protection on shoulder. Admitted recently still painful, tough to sleep.
ESPN "Randall Cobb took the first step toward playing in the regular-season opener when the Green Bay Packers receiver returned to the practice field Wednesday for the first time since he sprained his right shoulder on Aug. 30. All along, the Packers were optimistic Cobb would be ready for Sunday's..." September 09
Pro Football Talk "Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb feared a broken collarbone when he was first injured in Saturday’s game against the Eagles, but they were able to rule out an injury of that severity before the night was over. Cobb went for further tests on Sunday and Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that he..." August 31
ESPN "It doesn't look like the Green Bay Packers lost their second Pro Bowl receiver in less than a week. Unlike the knee injury Jordy Nelson suffered six days earlier, the shoulder injury that knocked Randall Cobb out of Saturday's 39-26 preseason loss to the Philadelphia Eagles does not appear to..." August 30
ESPN "Randall Cobb is the Green Bay Packers' new No. 1 receiver, but he says he's not going to let that go to his head -- and he's not talking about his ego. He's talking about his psyche. Cobb admitted he tried too hard early last season to make things happen early in order to prove he was worth..." August 26
ACME Packing Company "few weeks ago, we examined why Randall Cobb is "just" a slot receiver. We acknowledged that though he is probably the best slot receiver in the game of football, that inherently limits the amount of an impact he can have on the football. With that analysis came the assumption that Cobb struggles..." March 27
SB Nation "Free agent wide receiver Randall Cobb will return to the Green Bay Packers, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Cobb will return on a reported four-year, $40 million deal. Cobb was part of a strong class of free agent receivers, joining prized players such as Demaryius Thomas and Dez Bryant...." March 08
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "There's nothing like a deadline to make decisions and deals, both in life and the National Football League. The Green Bay Packers have exclusive negotiating rights with wide receiver Randall Cobb until 3 p.m. Saturday, and exclusive signing rights until 3 p.m. Tuesday. Barring the..." March 04
Sporting News "The Packers decided not to apply the franchise tag on 24-year-old receiver Randall Cobb, a decision that might burn the NFC North champions. According to Packer Report, the Raiders are prepared to offer Cobb a blockbuster deal of $11 million a season, more than $2 million more than Cobb was..." March 04
ACME Packing Company "Reports conflict as to how much the receiver seeks in his next contract. Following the Packers' decision not to apply the franchise tag to Randall Cobb, questions arose over what the receiver desires in his next contract. With a week remaining before the official start to free agency, there..." March 03
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "The Green Bay Packers have all the salary cap money in the world to use toward free agent wide receiver Randall Cobb and offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga, but it doesn't mean they are going to spend it on someone else's terms. And so, on the last day a team could tag one of its free agents with a..." March 03
At this point, it appears Dez Bryant & Demaryius Thomas will be the only WRs franchise tags. Not Jeremy Maclin, not Randall Cobb.
SB Nation "Thompson spoke with reporters Thursday about the plan for Cobb in relation to free agency. Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson took to the podium at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis and spoke on a litany of topics, including the pending free agency of receiver Randall..." February 19
ACME Packing Company "Though there are two players who might tempt the Packers to use the Franchise Tag in 2015, their positions mean that it makes little sense for Ted Thompson to tag either one. Today marks the opening of the Franchise and Transition Tag period in the NFL, and several front offices around the..." February 17
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "The scene was eerily similar to seasons past. A prolific wide receiver stood at his locker the morning after a playoff loss, completely unsure about his future with the Green Bay Packers. This time, it was Randall Cobb. "It's a business," Cobb said the day after his team's crushing loss at..." February 09
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "It's every player's dream scenario, even though they might not admit it publicly. Enter a contract year, produce like never before, then have 32 teams potentially banging on your door. From the timing is everything department, meet Randall Cobb. Green Bay's fourth-year wideout entered the..." January 28
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Jordy Nelson, judged by performance and now by contract, is unquestionably the No. 1 wide receiver for the Green Bay Packers. Where that leaves Randall Cobb bears watching. After closely observing Nelson and Cobb during the first two weeks of training camp, it's become clearer than ever that..." August 07
NFL.com "These are good times to be Randall Cobb. The Green Bay Packers wide receiver, just 23, has established himself as one of the game's best young playmakers. Now he enters a 2014 season that doubles as a contract year. A huge payday awaits Cobb if he reaches free agency in full health. Will the..." February 19
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Mike McCarthy has a chance for a redo. On Sept. 9, 2012, the Green Bay Packers hosted the San Francisco 49ers in the season opener at Lambeau Field and McCarthy was set to spring multi-functional offensive game-breaker Randall Cobb on an unsuspecting 49ers defense. Still a little bit of an..." January 02
Pro Football Talk "Riddled by injuries for much of the season, the Packers’ offense is starting to get healthy down the stretch. Two days after quarterback Aaron Rodgers returned to the starting lineup, the Packers activated wide receiver Randall Cobb from injured reserve, the club announced this..." December 28
McCarthy: "Randall (Cobb) is going to practice more ... we will up his practice reps on Thursday."
Fox Sports "Randall Cobb took a big step forward in his recovery, but the Green Bay Packers' star receiver is still a few big steps away from actually playing in a game. For the first time since fracturing his tibia on Oct. 13, Cobb practiced Wednesday. It was just last week that Cobb was finally cleared..." December 19
#Packers practice: Randall Cobb taking part in individual drills for first time since breaking leg. Rodgers doing about same as last week.
McCarthy on Randall Cobb: "Progressing, but still not medically cleared." #Packers
MM on Cobb: Not ready this week. Tuesday a big day for his availability. See how it sorts out then.
MM: Cobb not cleared yet. Dietrich-Smith feeling good, hopes to practice Wed.
PackersNews.com "While Green Bay Packers receiver Randall Cobb didn’t rule out returning, he isn’t certain his leg injury will allow him to play this season. During his first interview with reporters since suffering the injury against Baltimore on Oct. 13, Cobb on Wednesday said a mid-December return is a..." November 21
#Packers WR Randall Cobb has been put on injured reserve / designated to return according to NFL source. Can return to practice in 6 weeks
CBS Sports "Just before the half of last Sunday's Packers-Ravens game Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers connected with wideout Randall Cobb who was promptly tackled by Baltimore safety Matt Elam. The problem and it's one we've seen countless times since the league began cracking down on head shots: Elam..." October 15
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Wide receiver Randall Cobb suffered a fractured fibula in Green Bay's 19-17 win over the Baltimore Ravens and will miss 6-8 weeks a source said Monday. The third-year wide receiver left Sunday's game in the first half after absorbing a low tackle from Baltimore's Matt Elam. He left the game..." October 15
For now sounds like Packers WR Randall Cobb is expected to miss two weeks.
Packers WR Randall Cobb (knee) will have an MRI tomorrow morning source says. But early indications are that it may not be a major injury
Cobb needs help getting off the field. Packers could be without Cobb and Jones in second half.
Randall Cobb (bicep) is back in pads #Packers
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Wide receiver Randall Cobb has done a pretty good job of concealing the pain he has been feeling in his right biceps but there was no more hiding it Tuesday. The Green Bay Packers receiver was grimacing after taking part in a team drill late in practice showing for the first time the difficulty..." August 14
CBS Sports "Randall Cobb is going to have a monster year for the Packers -- if you don't believe me just ask Aaron Rodgers who expects 100+ catches for the wideout -- but he's obviously got to stay healthy first. We were reminded of that Tuesday when he left practice with an apparent shoulder injury. It..." August 06
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Moments after lamenting errant shotgun snaps and one JV-level botched toss coach Mike McCarthy was asked about Randall Cobb. The Green Bay Packers wide receiver may be a rising star a future All-Pro. But one problem from 2012 has spilled into the first week of training camp — the occasional..." August 02
Rant Sports "Aaron Rodgers might be losing his two favorite targets since taking over as Green Bay Packers starting quarterback in 2008, but the departures of Greg Jennings across the division and Donald Driver for retirement won’t take the aerial attack with them. As long as Rodgers is around and the slew of..." May 26
Fox Sports Wisconsin "The improvement that Randall Cobb showed from his rookie year in 2011 to last season was more than the Green Bay Packers could have possibly hoped for. Cobb finished sixth on the team in receptions and yards in his first NFL season with 25 catches and 375 receiving yards. The Year 1 to Year 2..." May 16