11:14 PM EST, Thu February 23, 2017

Green Bay Packers News: Randall Cobb should take a pay cut

Could the Green Bay Packers ask Randall Cobb to take a pay cut? Cobb was a priority free agent two years ago after an excellent 2014 season. The Packers got the deal done, re-signing him to a four-year, $40 million deal. This is the third year on the contract, and may be the most important […] Green Bay Packers News: Randall Cobb should take a pay cut - Lombardi Ave - Lombardi Ave - A Green Bay Packers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
numberFire Feb 10, 2017

'Make or break' 2017 season for Randall Cobb? - Randall Cobb | GB

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb may be looking at a "make or break" season in 2017, believes ESPN Packers reporter Rob Demovsky. What It Means: Cobb has seen his numbers fall in consecutive years after he caught 91 passes for 1,287 yards and 12 touchdowns in 2014 during a breakout campaign. Davante Adams surpassed Cobb as the Packers' number-two receiver behind Jordy Nelson, and some think he will be asked to take a paycut from the $8.6 million he's currently due in 2017. Cobb will be 27 by the start of next season. Cobb ranked 43rd in Reception Net Expected Points...

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