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Packers need to bring back Cobb

Since being drafted in the second round of the 2011 NFL Draft, Randall Cobb has been a huge contributor to the Green Bay Packers offense. After a pro bowl worthy season it would be foolish for Ted Thompson and the Packers organization not to resign Cobb. Cobb helps stabilize the young receiving core for Green Bay. Yes, Jordy Nelson is the leading receiver on the team, but stats are...
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Green Bay Packers: First order of business

Heading into this year’s offseason the Packers will be busy trying to re-sign important players from this year’s team. Many of these players will be testing the free agent market themselves. The Green Bay Packers have a total of 14 restricted and unrestricted free agents, seven on offense and seven on defense. The front office will have tough decisions on who to re-sign and who...
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Could Randall Cobb Join the Panthers?

Sure, wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin had an incredible rookie season. And sure, tight end Greg Olsen had the greatest year of his career. But if this recent season proved anything, it's that the Carolina Panthers need more weapons in the passing game in order for Cam Newton and the offense to truly be successful. A speedy, yet reliable threat opposite of Benjamin would elevate Carolina...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

A Look at the Packers Free Agents

Here is the list of players that Ted Thompson will have to make decisions on, ranked in order of importance.1. Randall Cobb, wide receiver. If all Thompson does this offseason is re-sign Cobb it will be enough to satisfy Packer Nation and Packers quarterback, Aaron Rodgers. Cobb had a career year as he played in all 16 games for the first time in his career. He posted career-highs...
Via Pro Football Spot
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Randall Cobb: ‘Of course’ I want to re-sign with Packers

On the heels of Sunday’s brutal NFC title game loss, Randall Cobb is looking toward the future in Green Bay. The Packers’ dynamic receiver, an impending free agent, made it clear he wants to stay put. “Of course (I want to be back). I think I’ve made that obvious,” Cobb said, via “Like I’ve said before: This is a business. You don’t know how it’s going...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

7 Realistic Options for the Chicago Bears in Free Agency

Currently in the midst of finding their next head coach, the Chicago Bears’ newly minted GM Ryan Pace has a lot on his plate right now; however, that should not stop him from compiling a list of potential free agent targets that would make realistic fits here in the Windy City. Granted a lot may change, in terms of who they want/need to target, depending upon the head coach’s...
Via Sports Mockery
12 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Green Bay Packers WR Randall Cobb Hauls in Tipped Pass for Game-Sealing First Down

It was 3rd and 11. The Green Bay Packers were in range for a long field goal, but it would be a really long one at 53 yards. Even if they did make the kick the last thing they really wanted to do was give Tony Romo another chance to work his magic. They needed a first down to seal the win. When Dallas defensive lineman Tyrone Crawford jumped up and tipped the pass it looked like...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Packers Offseason Decisions Not That Difficult

All season long Packers fans have voiced differing levels of concern over the impending free agency of wide receiver Randall Cobb.  There are certainly fans that are freaking out, and then there are fans that are convinced a deal is going to get done.  I’m kind of a cross between the two.  There isn’t really a part of me that thinks Cobb is going to be a member of a different...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Green Bay Packers: Drafting another second round gem

For the last few seasons, the Green Bay Packers had three quality receivers which they could rely on.  Those three were Randall Cobb, Jordy Nelson, and James Jones.  During the offseason, Jones signed with the Oakland Raiders, leaving the Packers with a hole at that third wide receiver spot.  Wide receiver Jarrett Boykin seemed to be in line for that spot after he played well...
December 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Green Bay Packers: 3 offensive free agents to look at

Green Bay Packers: 3 offensive free agents to look atThe Green Bay Packers have been a top notch offense since the days of Brett Favre and head coach Mike Holmgren.  Now, the Packers are led by a different Mike, head coach Mike McCarthy, and have possibly the best quarterback in the league with Aaron Rodgers.  Add to that a new found running game in Eddie Lacy, and the Packers...
March 02, 2014  |  Discuss

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