Randall Cobb has "looked rather common" in training camp, according to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel's Bob McGinn. The beat writer says that Cobb has had difficulty getting separation in drills, has made some bad drops, and has displayed no "instances of dominating performance." McGinn goes on to say that Packers QB Aaron Rodger has been throwing more to his younger receivers than to Cobb. Cobb missed every game between Week 6 and Week 17 last year with a broken leg.
This is really bad news for Cobb. A beat writer's opinion is far from gospel, but this article was pretty brutal. If it's true that Cobb is struggling to regain explosiveness following his broken leg in 2013, his draft stock needs to be downgraded significantly. It's possible that through the injury, Cobb lost a step. He is being taken 10th among all receivers. Don't panic just yet, but maybe notch him down a few spots in your rankings until he proves he's ready to play at an elite level again.