|Date of Birth:||08/22/1990|
|Drafted:||2011 | Round 2 | Pick 64|
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Randall Cobb (hamstring) is inactive for Week 6.
This is Cobb’s third straight missed game. With Geronimo Allison also out, rookies Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Equanimeous St. Brown will again fill in behind Davante Adams. The good news for Cobb is that Green Bay has a Week 7 bye, so he should be good for their next game in Week 8 against the Rams.
Randall Cobb (hamstring) is officially questionable for Week 6.
Cobb was limited in today's practice. The questionable tag indicates Cobb is headed for a game-time decision with a realistic chance of playing on Monday night, but there's unlikely to be much clarification on his status in the next 48 hours. You'll need a backup plan from the Monday night game if you want to insert Cobb into Week 6 fantasy lineups.
Randall Cobb (hamstring) remains limited in practice.
Cobb continues to work with the rehab group, and he's looking 50/50 at best for Monday night's game against the Niners. We'll see how Cobb is listed on the official injury report when it's released tomorrow.
Randall Cobb (hamstring) is not practicing today.
Cobb is going to work with the rehab group as he looks to work his way back from the hamstring issue. Hopefully Cobb is able to get in at least a limited practice tomorrow or Saturday, but he's questionable at best for Week 6 at the moment.
Randall Cobb (hamstring) will not play this week.
This is not a surprise, as Cobb has continued working with the rehab group throughout the week of practice. This means the rookie receivers for Green Bay must step up against the Lions, with Marquez Valdes-Scantling as the preferred fantasy option of the three. Consider Cobb week-to-week for now, and keep in mind that the Packers' Week 6 game is a Monday nighter against the Niners.
Randall Cobb (hamstring) is working with the rehab group today.
Cobb did the same yesterday, and it sounds like the Packers might be without him on Sunday. We'll update you with Cobb's official game status when it's released tomorrow, but there's a chance he's ruled out ahead of the weekend.
Randall Cobb (hamstring) is working with the rehab group for today's practice.
Cobb is trying to get his hamstring right for Sunday against the Lions, but consider him day-to-day for now. It'd be a good sign to see him participate in practice tomorrow or Friday ahead of the weekend.
Randall Cobb (hamstring) is inactive against the Bills.
Cobb dealt with a hamstring issue late in the week, and there wasn’t much optimism about him playing despite him being listed as questionable. Geronimo Allison will step up as Green Bay’s No. 2 receiver behind Davante Adams, who will have to contend with Tre’Davious White throughout the game.
Randall Cobb (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bills.
Cobb was limited in practice on Thursday before being downgraded to out on Friday, so his chances of suiting up don't look great. Fortunately, the Packers play in the early slate of games, so fantasy owners will have plenty of time to find a potential replacement. If he's active, Cobb wouldn't be a recommended option at less than 100%, but we'll know more this weekend.
Randall Cobb contained as Packers fall to the Redskins.
Cobb caught four passes for 23 yards and lost a fumble in the 31-17 loss. Green Bay really struggled to finish drives in the second half against Washington, but they will look to right the ship against Buffalo next Sunday. Cobb should be considered a decent FLEX option in a matchup against a rejuvenated defense.
Randall Cobb held in check as Packers tie the Vikings.
Cobb caught four passes for 30 yards in a game that ended 29-29. The veteran will look to put up bigger numbers in a better matchup with Washington in Week 3, but he's just a FLEX option.
Randall Cobb breaks 75-yard game-winning touchdown against the Bears.
Considered a cut candidate by many for some reason, Cobb had an excellent Week 1 game for the Packers. He led the team with ten targets, and he caught nine passes for 142 yards (also team-highs) and one touchdown. The game-winner was on a pass over the middle that Cobb caught, turned up field, and took to the house basically untouched with a little over two minutes to go in the game. Healthy and a key part of Green Bay’s offense, Cobb warrants FLEX consideration.
Randall Cobb is out of his walking boot and says he'll participate in training camp.
At his football camp, Cobb told Chris Roth of WBAY Sports that the walking boot was just "for protection" and that he'll talk about it more when training camp begins. The Packers receiver said he "will be involved in training camp" and feels "great" but that he'll need to talk to the team's medical staff before he can say whether he'll have restrictions. Cobb probably won't be full-go to start camp, but his injury status isn't a concern for his real-life and fantasy value right now.
Randall Cobb is dealing with an ankle injury.
Michael Cohen of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says Cobb is currently wearing a walking boot, but Cobb said it's "temporary." Tom Pelissero of NFL Network says the injury "could lead him to being eased into drills during training camp," but that he's expected to be ready for Week 1. This isn't a huge concern yet, but this is obviously something to keep an eye on as training camp begins next month. If Cobb misses a lot of time this summer, it'd give other young receivers more of an opportunity to get acclimated with the offense.
Aaron Rodgers thinks Randall Cobb will have a good season in 2018.
Rodgers talked about how Cobb stepped up in a big way in the Wild Card Round against the Giants a couple of season ago when he had three touchdowns after coming back from a rib injury that caused him to miss three games. The Packers quarterback still sees Cobb as a key part of the offense and said "I look for a resurgence from him this year, as long as he can stay healthy." With Jordy Nelson gone, Cobb is being counted on behind No. 1 receiver Davante Adams. Playing in an Aaron Rodgers-led offense, Cobb has 1,000-yard upside and could be a steal in the double-digit rounds of fantasy drafts.
Randall Cobb scores against the Lions.
Cobb caught four passes for 45 yards and a touchdown, with the score coming late in the game. Cobb also threw a ten-yard pass and added a four-yard carry in the Week 17 loss. The veteran receiver's regular season ends with a 66/653/4 stat line, and it remains to be seen if he remains in Green Bay after the team signed Davante Adams to a big contract the other day. We would anticipate he does (perhaps on a pay cut), though, so he could have FLEX value with a full season of Aaron Rodgers in 2018.
Randall Cobb gets five touches in Week 16.
Cobb had four reception (on seven targets) for 22 yards, and he had a -6-yard carry on a backwards pass the Vikings completely shut down. Cobb was also targeted on a deep ball in the game, and he showed extraordinary effort when laying out for the overthrown ball. If Jordy Nelson (shoulder) and Davante Adams (concussion) remain out in Week 17, Cobb could see double-digit targets against the Lions.
Randall Cobb leads team in receiving as Packers fall to Panthers.
Cobb caught seven passes for 84 yards, including a 33-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter. Aaron Rodgers clearly made a difference in his return based on playmaking ability alone, as he was able to break contain and find receivers from outside the pocket. However, Green Bay couldn't pull off a comeback win, and they are now long shots for the postseason. Cobb will be no better than a decent FLEX option against Minnesota on Saturday night.
Randall Cobb catches all eight targets in Week 14.
Cobb was peppered with underneath targets against Cleveland, gaining only 39 yards on his eight receptions. It was a good fantasy day if you play PPR leagues, but it was not great for standard scoring. Cobb should get Aaron Rodgers back next week, but he's only a backend FLEX option at the moment.
Randall Cobb doesn't catch a pass in Week 13.
Green Bay had only 84 passing yards on 13 completions in the game, so Cobb being held without a catch isn't a huge surprise. He should bounce back against the Browns next week, but there's some risk inserting him into fantasy lineups.
Randall Cobb scores against the Steelers.
Cobb got a very good offensive night started for the Packers, catching a 39-yard wheel route for a touchdown early in the game on a play where he got wide open in the secondary. Overall, Cobb had four receptions (on four targets) for 58 yards and a touchdown in the game. He has a low floor, but Cobb is in the back-end FLEX discussion for Week 13 against the Bucs.
Randall Cobb caught three passes for 34 yards in Sunday's shutout loss to the Ravens.
Cobb also rushed once for no gain. Green Bay is clearly missing Aaron Rodgers, and it looks like Davante Adams is the only fantasy option to feel confident in as the Packers travel to Pittsburgh in Week 12.
Randall Cobb caught three passes for 52 yards in Sunday's win over the Bears.
After a 38-yard reception against Chicago, Cobb now has a gain of at least that long for the second-straight week. He also worked as a running back with Ty Montgomery and Aaron Jones both leaving the game with an injury, and rushed four times for eight yards. Cobb could see more work in the backfield again next week, but he won't be a recommended fantasy option against Baltimore.
Randall Cobb gets six touches against the Lions.
Cobb led Green Bay in receiving, catching five passes (on five targets) for 58 yards. He also carried once while lining up in the backfield, gaining one yard. Cobb gets the Bears next week, and he'll be a low-upside option without Aaron Rodgers in the lineup.
Randall Cobb caught two passes for 15 yards in Sunday's loss to the Saints.
Brett Hundley threw for just 87 yards, as Aaron Rodgers was clearly missed. Cobb should still be rostered based on talent, but he should stay on the bench until we see Hundley have success going to him. Jordy Nelson and Davante Adams are better bets to turn things around after Green Bay's bye week.
Randall Cobb caught three passes for 28 yards in Sunday's loss to the Vikings.
Losing the game wasn't the biggest loss for Green Bay on Sunday, as Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) could miss the rest of the season. Cobb was in the midst of a return-to-form season, but losing Rodgers will obviously downgrade him. He's just a decent FLEX option for the rest of the year, but he does have a nice matchup with the Saints next Sunday. Perhaps he will become a favorite of Hundley's.
Randall Cobb gets five targets against Dallas.
Cobb caught four passes for 29 yards in the win, as Green Bay didn't get much going down the field in the game. Cobb is on the FLEX radar for Week 6, but it's a tough matchup against the Vikings.
Randall Cobb scores in Packers' win over the Bears.
Cobb caught all four of his targets in the Thursday night win, gaining 44 yards with a touchdown. The score came on a nifty route where Cobb faked like he was setting a pick before going back inside and catching an easy pass for the touchdown. Cobb will be in the FLEX conversation for Week 5 against Dallas.
Randall Cobb (chest) will play tomorrow night against the Bears.
Cobb was a full participant in practice yesterday and today, and he's not listed as questionable or doubtful so he's ready to go against the Bears. Cobb is in the FLEX conversation for Week 4, and his presence should also give a boost to Aaron Rodgers.
Randall Cobb (wrist) was a full participant in practice today.
After being a limited participant yesterday, it looks like Cobb is on track to return this Thursday after missing Sunday's game against the Bengals. The official injury report for the game will be released tomorrow, but expect Cobb to be back out there for Week 4.
Randall Cobb (shoulder) has been ruled out for Week 3.
Cobb was listed as doubtful for the game, and now he's officially out. The Packers' Week 4 game is this Thursday, so theres go guarantee Cobb will be ready for it.
Randall Cobb (chest) is listed as doubtful for Week 3.
Cobb didn't practice all week, but the Packers are not yet ruling him out for the game. There's still a chance Cobb is able to suit up in the game, but don't count on it. The Packers play in the late afternoon games on Sunday, so it's best to go with another option in your fantasy lineup.
Randall Cobb (chest) did not participate in practice today.
Cobb is day-to-day, so hopefully he's able to get out there for Thursday or Friday so he can play Sunday against Cincinnati. Meanwhile, Jordy Nelson (quad) was a full participant in practice and appears ready to go for the Packers.
Randall Cobb (shoulder) is day-to-day.
According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Cobb had an MRI today and his injury is "nothing major." It's great news for both Cobb and the Packers, as he's an important part of their offense. There's still no word on Jordy Nelson's quad injury, so hopefully he's also OK. Cobb may be on the injury report, but expect him to be out there against the Bengals on Sunday.
Randall Cobb (shoulder) leaves game against the Falcons.
Cobb is officially questionable to return. Jordy Nelson (quad) has already been out for a while and doesn't appear to be returning, so Aaron Rodgers and the Packers are getting thin at receiver as they attempt to stage a comeback against the Falcons. Cobb had six receptions for 60 yards before leaving.
Randall Cobb gets peppered with targets in Week 1.
Cobb was targeted 13 times against the Seahawks and caught nine of them for 85 yards, leading Green Bay in targets and receiving. Cobb had a long of 29 yards, but most of the passes were underneath throws to the flat. Aaron Rodgers and Mike McCarthy have a ton of confidence in Cobb, and he could turn out to be one of the better mid-late round receivers in 2017. We'll see if he keeps it up against Atlanta in Week 2.
Randall Cobb catches 11-yard pass in third preseason game.
Cobb's ADP is sitting safely in the middle rounds, and while he could have big games with Aaron Rodgers throwing the football, he will be behind both Jordy Nelson and Davante Adams for targets. Cobb only has recorded over 1,000 receiving yards once in his six-year career.
Randall Cobb caught two passes for nine yards in Saturday night's win over the Redskins.
We got to see Aaron Rodgers play in the exhibition after sitting out the first game, and he spread the ball to all three top receivers and new tight end Martellus Bennett on his first and only drive. Cobb is currently going in the 10th round of fantasy drafts, but he will likely be a frustrating own with some difficult-to-predict big games mixed with quiet ones.
Randall Cobb plays in Green Bay preseason opener.
The veteran receiver had a one-yard catch in limited action. Cobb is locked in as one of Aaron Rodgers' top three receivers this season and does have some solid upside.
The Packers say they need to get Randall Cobb the ball more.
Head coach Mike McCarthy says they wonder how they can get Cobb the ball "a couple more times a game." Receivers coach Luke Getsy he's an important part of the offense and they've "got to get him the ball." Cobb hasn't been as explosive of a player over the last two seasons, averaging less than 11 yards per catch after averaging at least 11.9 yards per catch in his first four seasons, but he has battled some injuries. The Packers slot man will get a lot of opportunities—with maybe some from the backfield, where he's shown ability to make plays—and has Aaron Rodgers as his quarterback, so he's not a bad pick in the middle of fantasy drafts.
Randall Cobb leads Green Bay in receiving in NFC Championship.
Cobb caught six-of-nine targets for 82 yards. He battled injuries all season, but when Cobb was healthy he performed. We like Cobb as someone that could bounce back next season. Aaron Rodgers is his quarterback...
Randall Cobb catches seven-of-eight targets in playoff victory.
Cobb had seven catches for 62 yards against the Cowboys. He's been very reliable for Aaron Rodgers these last two playoff games, and will look to keep it going in the NFC Championship against the Falcons.
Randall Cobb goes off for three touchdowns in playoff victory.
Cobb caught five-of-seven targets for 116 yards and three touchdowns, including a Hail Mary as time expired in the first half. His second touchdown he basically caught an intermediate route over the middle and walked into the endzone, and his third touchdown came on basically a deep crossing route across the back of the endzone. Aaron Rodgers said the offense has been missing Cobb, and he was utilized for sure. They may need to lean on him again next week if Jordy Nelson (ribs) can't play.
Randall Cobb (ankle) active for Packers.
He'll play in the wild card matchup against the Giants and could be a difference maker in the game. The Giants have some good corners, so it's good for the Packers to have another receiver in there on offense.
Randall Cobb (ankle) questionable for Sunday against the Giants.
Cobb was a limited participant in practice all week, and he's expected to play on Sunday. He'd give the on-fire Aaron Rodgers another weapon to go to against the Giants defense. The Giants are without Jason Pierre-Paul, also giving the Packers offense a boost.
Randall Cobb (ankle) was a limited participant in practice.
We expect Cobb will play this weekend against the Giants. It's the playoffs and Cobb has played banged up in the past.
Randall Cobb (ankle) inactive for the Packers.
The Packers are already in the playoffs with the Redskins' loss to the Giants, so they'll try to win the NFC North without Cobb and get him healthy for the first round of the playoffs.
Randall Cobb (ankle) inactive for the Packers.
The Packers will be without their slot receiver, but Cobb has obviously been limited by injuries most of the season and hasn't made a big impact like we are used to. He'll try to get healthy for Week 17. Aaron Rodgers will rely more on Jordy Nelson and Davante Adams against Minnesota.
Randall Cobb held without a catch in Packers' win.
Cobb was targeted just once as he played through an ankle injury. He won't be a good fantasy option next week against the Vikings, and it probably wouldn't come back to haunt you if you dropped him at this point.
Randall Cobb caught three passes for 33 yards in Sunday's win over the Seahawks.
Cobb briefly left the game with an ankle injury, but returned. With Jordy Nelson and Davante Adams dominating, Cobb just isn't putting up numbers anymore. He did catch 11 passes for 95 yards and a touchdown against the Bears in their last meeting, but Cobb is no better than a FLEX for Week 15 in Chicago--or the rest of the season.
Randall Cobb scores in Week 13.
Cobb caught all three of his targets for 19 yards and a touchdown. The TD came on a play where Aaron Rodgers scrambled and hit Cobb in the endzone with a perfect throw with a defender draped over Cobb. Cobb is more of a FLEX option at this point. He gets Seattle next week.
Randall Cobb caught six passes for 41 yards in Monday night's win over the Eagles.
With Davante Adams going off and Jordy Nelson seeing a team-high 12 targets for eight catches and 91 yards, Cobb caught a lot of short passes and didn't do a lot with them. He's just a FLEX as the third option in the Green Bay offense.
Randall Cobb caught three passes for 84 yards in Sunday night’s loss to the Redskins.
Cobb was still playing behind Jordy Nelson and Davante Adams, but he doubled them both up in yardage with Josh Norman and Bashaud Breeland handling the two on the perimeter. As no better than the third option in the passing game, Cobb is no longer a solid WR2, but deserves a spot in lineups as long as Aaron Rodgers is throwing him the ball.
Randall Cobb has quiet day in Packers' blowout loss.
Cobb caught four passes for 31 yards. The hamstring could be impacting his game, but Cobb looks more like the player we saw the first few weeks of the season. We think Ty Montgomery seeing more playing time could open things up for Cobb and the rest of the offense, but Montgomery is suddenly barely playing. Cobb is just a FLEX play for Week 11.