Packers receiver Randall Cobb will miss at least two weeks after suffering a knee injury on Sunday.
Green Bay coach Mike McCarthy said Cobb’s knee injury will sideline him for “multiple weeks.”
That’s a tough blow for the Packers, as Cobb is their leading receiver with 29 catches so far this season. Still, if Cobb is only out a couple weeks, that’s better than it looked when Cobb first went down, with a hard hit to the knee from Ravens safety Matt Elam.
Packers receiver James Jones, who also suffered a knee injury on Sunday, appears to be OK and may play this week against the Browns.