No limitations for Randall Cobb in Packers camp

AP

As it turns out, that boot Randall Cobb was wearing this summer was no big deal.

The Packers wide receiver began practicing as normal when the team began training camp, and his coach saw nothing to worry about, especially after he caught a deep ball in practice.

“Randall Cobb looks great,” Mike McCarthy said, via Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com. “The first play where the ball goes deep to Randall, I think that tells you about his health status.”

Cobb created some concern when he turned up at the airport in June wearing a walking boot, part of the treatment for an ankle injury.

Having him healthy and ready to start alongside Davante Adams will be key for the Packers, as they look at a number of younger wide receivers including the three they drafted.

19 responses to “No limitations for Randall Cobb in Packers camp

  1. Best case for the Pack; Cobb and Jimmy Graham own the middle of the field.

    Worst case; Cobb and Jimmy Graham play like Cobb and Jimmy Graham 2015-2017.

  2. Cautiously optimistic about this season. Kevin King looked really great yesterday, as did the chemistry between Rodgers & Graham. I’m excited to see the lines do battle next week in pads.

  3. It can all be undone with predictable play calling and a failure to adjust to the ebb and flow of the game. We’ve all seen it.

  4. The Packers are going to be so good this season that, as a concession to parity, they will play all downs with only 10 men on the field.

    It’s the only way to make things fair.

    Go!Pack!Go!

  5. jimmysee says:
    July 27, 2018 at 1:14 pm
    The Packers are going to be so good this season that, as a concession to parity, they will play all downs with only 10 men on the field

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    With Rodgers out last year the pack only played with 10 men on the field, how did that turn out? SadpackSad!

  6. Having him healthy and ready to start alongside Davante Adams will be key for the Packers
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    If this is key for the Packers they must have an entire key chain full of keys

  7. He was only wearing the walking boot at the airport for pre boarding assistance. No sense standing in line behind normal people.

  8. cheeseisfattening says:
    July 27, 2018 at 3:47 pm
    Having him healthy and ready to start alongside Davante Adams will be key for the Packers
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    If this is key for the Packers they must have an entire key chain full of keys

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    Yep. And the Vikings have nothing but questions. For instance:

    If Rhodes goes down for any significant amount of time, how much will the Vikings lose by each week?

    Can Dalvin Cook handle that workload (and I mean more than 4 games)?

    Will a new QB with a new OC and a bunch of people he’s never worked with be even able to remotely grasp any of the concepts?

    When will the defense revolt again?

    When will Elflein be back? If it isn’t soon, who is the backup QB again?

    Plus many, MANY more.

  9. Cobb looking great the first 2 days of camp. Word is he had minor surgery on his ankle in the offseason and he says “he feels better than ever” now. Cobb back to 100% again. Look out.

    Davante Adams had the play of the day today. Well, offensive play of the day. Blake Martinez had a incredible pick that was my overall play of the day.

    Seeing Mike Pettines defense lining up in multiple pre snap looks was making me laugh thinking of Kirk Cousins still trying to learn a new offense week 2 and facing that. Good luck😆

  10. freefromwhatyouare says:
    July 27, 2018 at 4:50 pm
    Cobb looking great the first 2 days of camp. Word is he had minor surgery on his ankle in the offseason and he says “he feels better than ever” now. Cobb back to 100% again. Look out.

    Davante Adams had the play of the day today. Well, offensive play of the day. Blake Martinez had a incredible pick that was my overall play of the day.

    Seeing Mike Pettines defense lining up in multiple pre snap looks was making me laugh thinking of Kirk Cousins still trying to learn a new offense week 2 and facing that. Good luck😆

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    Vikings living rent free in another pack fans head. Sorry can’t do the emoji thing.

  11. Vikings living rent free in another pack fans head. Sorry can’t do the emoji thing.

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    Thanks for sharing that wonderful “rent free in the head” bit.

    But to copy 3 paragraphs when you are responding to one sentence? Poor form.

  12. “Living rent free in heads”

    Says the dude that rushes in EVERY Packers thread crying and obsessing about the Packers and their fans.

    Irony.

  13. What is tis, day of training camp? And cheese eaters are already gushing over day 2 performances (without pads) and saying how day 2 formations will predict how good a unit will be. What a dopey fan base.

  14. packertruth says:
    July 27, 2018 at 6:07 pm
    Vikings living rent free in another pack fans head. Sorry can’t do the emoji thing.

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    Thanks for sharing that wonderful “rent free in the head” bit.

    But to copy 3 paragraphs when you are responding to one sentence? Poor form.

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    LOL, you sir are an anomaly, a packer fan giving someone a lesson in the correct procedure of copying and pasting. My apologies, I will work on my trolling form.

  15. freefromwhatyouare says:
    July 27, 2018 at 6:07 pm
    “Living rent free in heads”

    Says the dude that rushes in EVERY Packers thread crying and obsessing about the Packers and their fans.

    Irony

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    Sorry don’t rush in, just react. I find it amusing that you say in one post that the Vikings are irrelevant and don’t deserve your time but then reference them every opportunity in other posts. Hence, living rent free in your head.

  16. cheeseisfattening says:
    July 27, 2018 at 6:45 pm
    What is tis, day of training camp? What a dopey fan base.

    Regarding Dalvin Cook after 4 games:

    jonnyfootball82 says:
    July 27, 2018 at 2:08 pm
    Looking forward to watching your hall of fame speech in 15 years

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