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Rams vs. Packers: Five Packers Players to Watch

Heading into Week Five of the NFL season, the St. Louis Rams are going to the great Lambeau Field to face off against the Green Bay Packers. The Rams want to accomplish the same thing they did last week against Arizona, and that is upset the undefeated team. To achieve that, the Rams have to execute the gameplan as close to flawless as the can. They also have to stop a few of Green Bay’s players. WR  Randall Cobb From gadget player to leading receiver, Randall Cobb is that dude. He leads the Packers in receptions and is tied for receiving touchdowns. And just like our very own Tavon...
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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for October 7, 2015

Safeties are featured prominently in today's Packers links. While the Packers' star players are playing a wider variety of positions than ever, some of their role players are content filling a much narrower role on the team. That's the dichotomy we find in today's edition of Cheese Curds. Clay Matthews is playing every linebacker position on the field, and Randall Cobb is lining up outside, in the slot, and in the backfield. Meanwhile, Chris Banjo's role is limited, but he's happy to do it and the Packers are very pleased with how he's performing. Check out news on those items and much more...

Randall Cobb and James Jones have big games

Green Bay The microphone-carrying masses gathered around James Jones Monday night at his locker, eager for a quick quip and sound bite before the clock ticked midnight and a weary team packed up for the evening. The veteran wide receiver laughed.You do know weve got a guy here who had three touchdowns tonight, dont you?Indeed. Randall Cobbs performance was nothing short of impressive. And after the tandem of Jones and Cobb accounted for more than 200 yards and four touchdowns, one has to wonder if the two, by playing so well, are also helping each other out in the process.Jones (7 catches,...

Receivers Cobb, Montgomery lead Packers' offensive charge

Buoyed by a surprise contribution from rookie Ty Montgomery, the player compared to Randall Cobb when he was drafted by the Packers earlier this spring, the offense took on a new dimension during a 10-play, 80-yard drive that conjured the winning score.

Randall Cobb focused, fearless in pursuit of Super Bowl ring

There are so many examples of Randall Cobb’s toughness that they just about define the Packers’ 5-foot-10, 192-pound, fifth-year receiver.

Cobb: "I didn'€™t have any setbacks after the game"

Green Bay Though he was limited in practice last week and worked off a reduced route tree thanks to range-of-motion issues, receiver Randall Cobb left Chicago having avoided any further damage to his sprained shoulder.

Cobb plays through the pain

 Photo/ Randall Cobb caught five passes for 38 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Bears. GREEN BAY – Randall Cobb knew it was going to hurt, and he was right.The Green Bay Packers wide receiver went into Sunday’s 31-23 victory over the Chicago Bears knowing that his sprained right shoulder, injured in an Aug. 29 preseason game, would be an issue for him. Despite a harness and additional padding, he knew that despite his best efforts to avoid direct contact, he’d be playing in pain much of the afternoon.And that’s exactly what happened – although it didn’t stop him from...

With Jones' help, Cobb makes it through the opener

Chicago - Packers WR Randall Cobb probably wasn't in position to carry the load for the passing game Sunday at Soldier Field due to his sprained right shoulder.

Safety Burnett out for Packers, WR Cobb active

Chicago Any lingering concerns about the status of receiver Randall Cobb, who continues to nurse a sprained shoulder, evaporated 90 minutes before kickoff Sunday when his name did not appear on the list of inactives.

Packers-Bears Wednesday injury report: Cobb is 'going to be out there' Sunday

 Photo/ESPNWisconsin.com Randall Cobb says he will play in Sunday’s season-opening game at Chicago, despite lingering pain in his shoulder. GREEN BAY – The very real possibility was presented to Randall Cobb Wednesday: If your injured right shoulder is still bothering you, and you insist on playing in Sunday’s regular-season opener at Chicago, isn’t it possible that you’ll get hit in the same spot and this could wind up being an issue the rest of the year?The Green Bay Packers Pro Bowl wide receiver smiled, a bit incredulously.“It’s an injury, I’m going to feel it. But...
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Packers injury report: Randall Cobb practices on limited basis

Randall Cobb was back on the practice field Wednesday. Only one player sat out practice for the Green Bay Packers on Wednesday, and his name wasn't Randall Cobb.Safety Morgan Burnett was one of three players listed on the Packers' injury report, and was the only player to miss practice. Burnett sat out because of a calf injury, the Packers announced. After sustaining a shoulder injury in the Packers' third preseason game against the Eagles, wide receiver Randall Cobb practiced on a limited basis. That's definitely a positive sign for the Packers who'll certainly need Cobb after Jordy...
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Randall Cobb practices for first time since shoulder injury

A return to the field for the injured receiver appears near. In just four days, the Green Bay Packers take the field in Chicago for their Week 1 matchup with the Bears. One of the biggest questions facing the team concerns the health of Pro Bowl wide receiver Randall Cobb, who injured his shoulder during the team's second preseason game. The early signs appear positive, however, as Cobb returned to practice Wednesday. According to ESPN's Rob Demovsky, Cobb participated in individual drills (11-on-11 portions took place without the media present) and appeared to have a shoulder harness under...
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Packers coach Mike McCarthy expects Randall Cobb to practice this week

The head coach's comments suggest that Cobb and all of his key players should be ready to go for Sunday. On Wednesday before practice, Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy addressed the media before practice to give a snapshot of his expectations for the team's week one game against the Chicago Bears. Here is a partial transcript of McCarthy's comments from the media room. With several players nursing injuries, including wide receiver Randall Cobb, the first question to McCarthy revolved around Cobb's status in practice: My expectations for Randall and for all of our guys are to...

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