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What Would Packers Look Like Without Randall Cobb?

Panic about about Randall Cobb leaving Green Bay has taken over the Internet the past week with Packers fans freaking out about losing one of the best players on the team. Yahoo Sports’ Charles Robinson reported today that the Packers “balked” at paying Cobb $10 million per year and he will be testing the open market. It seems strange to me that the Packers would offer Cobb...
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8 hours ago  |  Discuss

Randall Cobb rejects contract proposal from Packers

The Green Bay Packers and impending free agent wide receiver Randall Cobb are working on a tight timeline to negotiate a deal agreeable to both parties. The Packers have reportedly offered Cobb a five-year deal worth somewhere between $8 and $9 million annually—an offer that has been rejected by Cobb’s agent Jimmy Sexton. Green Bay has exclusive negotiation rights that run...
Via Sportsnaut
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Randall Cobb to Oakland or Jacksonville?

Randall Cobb to Oakland or Jacksonville? The Randall Cobb rumors continue to escalate and it appears that a lucrative deal is coming for him. Oakland Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie (ex-Packers personnel man) is estimated to offer Cobb $11 Million annually, which exceeds the limits that Green Bay will likely spend to bring the hometown favorite […]
Via Legion Report
1 day ago  |  Discuss

What it means if Randall Cobb leaves the Green Bay Packers

It’s been nothing great for the Green Bay Packers and their fans recently. Aside from the tremendous collapse in the NFC Championship game against the Seattle Seahawks, the team is now looking more and more likely to be without one of their most important players in 2015. As Cover32′s Will Peterson and Ian Rapoport told you earlier, the Packers won’t be franchise-tagging him...
Via cover32 - Packers
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Green Bay Packers willing to let WR Randall Cobb test free agency

With the NFL franchise tag deadline today at 4 p.m. EST, the Green Bay Packers don’t appear likely to use it on WR Randall Cobb. At this point, it appears Dez Bryant & Demaryius Thomas will be the only WRs franchise tags. Not Jeremy Maclin, not Randall Cobb. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 2, 2015 Cobb would be due just a tick under $13M if franchised, but that obviously...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Bet on the Packers to Win the Super Bowl Next Season

There, I said it. Way too soon, of course, as free agency and the draft are still down the road. Frankly, though, other than the Packers retaining Randall Cobb, I don’t think it matters much. If we go under the assumption that the Packers can sign Cobb before he hits the free agent market, (and I think they will), the team as constituted is good enough to win it all next year...
Via Packers Talk Radio Network
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Packers not focused on Randall Cobb right now

The Green Bay Packers have a couple high-value free agents set to hit the open market next month. While most of the attention has been on star receiver Randall Cobb, CBS Sports insider Jason La Canfora is reporting that the team is more focused on retaining offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga right now. Green Bay reportedly has concern that the market for Cobb is “likely to get out...
Via Sportsnaut
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Interest in Cobb Is Growing

The NFL’s unrestricted free agency period begins March 10th.  The Green Bay Packers have until then to exclusively negotiate and reach a new deal with wide receiver Randall Cobb.  The prevailing thought is that the Packers will get a deal done and keep the 24-year old, who is coming off of his best season as a pro, in Green Bay.  While many are confident that’s what the end...
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Mike McCarthy on Randall Cobb: 'He's a Packer'

Earlier this week, news broke that Green Bay Packers’ wide receiver Randall Cobb, who is set to hit the free market if he doesn’t get a new contract, is seeking about $9 million per year. While the $9 million Cobb is asking for is not exactly scaring the Packers away, general manager Ted Thompson said that the team is hopeful of reaching a deal to keep the slot receiver playing...
Via Sportsnaut
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Five potential landing spots for Randall Cobb

Wide receivers in the NFL have become increasingly more important. The league has transitioned to a pass-first style. And if you have an elite wide out on your team, you’re at a serious advantage. Randall Cobb certainly proved last season that he is on that list of elites, and it’s time he got compensated like one. Come March, a bevy of teams will be lined up to acquire his...
Via Sportsnaut
18 days ago  |  Discuss

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