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It’s time for Green Bay to pay Randall Cobb

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We all know Randall Cobb is the man. Since leaving Kentucky in 2011, Cobb has blossomed into one of the top receivers in the NFL. Cobb is headed towards free agency after this season, and despite Aaron Rodgers calling out for the Packers to re-sign him, Cobb says there are still no current contract talks. “It is what it is,” Cobb told reporters this week. This season, Goldeneyes has 76 receptions for 1,076 yards and 10 touchdowns, and he and Jordy Nelson are the best receiving tandem in the league.

Tuesday on his radio show, Rodgers said it’s “important” to Green Bay’s future success to lock down Cobb. In addition to his lavish stats, Rodgers said Cobb is a “great teammate,” an “excellent practice player,” a developing leader and someone who embodies “what it means to be a Packer.”

Pay the man, Green Bay.

 

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3 Comments for It’s time for Green Bay to pay Randall Cobb



  1. Casper
    1:10 am December 20, 2014 Permalink

    Seahawks are smart enough to grab him.



  2. BigBlueSkyDog
    8:23 am December 20, 2014 Permalink

    When the best QB in the league speaks out publicly on your behalf, that says something.



  3. satcheluk
    7:53 am December 21, 2014 Permalink

    As I am no Packer fan, I’m hoping Cobb makes it to market and my team signs him long term. Go Cowboys!