Packers WR Randall Cobb leaves practice with biceps tendon injury
 
 
 
 

Packers WR Randall Cobb leaves practice with biceps tendon injury

Because what the Packers need right now is an injury to another key player. On the same day wide receiver Jordy Nelson was declared out for the rest of training camp, wide receiver Randall Cobb @rcobb18 had to leave practice early on Tuesday with a biceps tendon injury. After meeting with trainers, he watched the rest of practice with a bag of ice on his shoulder. The team hasn't commented on the severity of Cobb's injury, but NFL.com's Ian Rapoport tweeted that he's been told the damage is "not serious."

Fantasy Analysis:

Losing Jordy Nelson for a month is too bad. Losing left tackle Brian Bulaga for the season is brutal. If Cobb were to go down with a long-term injury, I don't know what Packers fans would do with themselves. We'll let you know if something more serious is revealed about Cobb's injury, but keep drafting him as a top-12 WR for now. It sounds like he'll be OK.

Source:
Ian Rapoport via Twitter

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2 Comments | Add Yours

Never happy to see someone get injured unless I really dislike them, but as a Vikings fan I can say im not upset either. Jared Allen is prepping his mullet Rodgers... and with no wide receivers, blind side protection out for the year, and no run game... looks like your going to be double checking your Aflac checks. Again, I am not happy they are injured, just like Packers fans should not have been happy AP was injured.... bad karma

Posted by:
mgm1106 08/07/13 10:13 AM

i believe they will have a running game. it too early to tell let see some preseason games

Posted by:
shaqking 08/08/13 07:07 PM

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