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10/19/14 - WR Randall Cobb has eight touchdowns this season, seven of those coming in the red zone. He has scored in six of seven games this season and seven of the past eight dating to Week 17 of last season. After his Lambeau Leap, his jersey was dotted with ketchup. "That was the first time I've ever had ketchup," he said. "I apologize to whoever's hot dog that was. It was fresh. I know that because I had all of the ketchup on me."
09/28/14 - WRs Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson each caught two of Aaron Rodgers' touchdown passes and combined for 17 catches and 221 yards between them.
"I just knew it's a long season," Rodgers said, when asked about his message to the fans. "There's always going to be many freak-outs along the way. Now (when you say that), you've got to back it up with performance."
01/01/14 - WR Randall Cobb received a positive report on the health front following his celebrated return to action in the 33-28 comeback win at Chicago to end the regular season last Sunday. Cobb, who had missed 10 games because of a broken right tibia he suffered in mid-October, was on the field for 37 of the offense's 78 snaps - the coaches were hoping to get him out there for about 20 snaps. Cobb had two receptions in the game, both for touchdowns, highlighted by his 48-yard catch-and-run play on a deep throw from Aaron Rodgers on fourth-and-8 with less than a minute left to decide the outcome.
12/30/13 - WR Randall Cobb, who had been sidelined since sustaining a broken tibia in his right leg Oct. 13, was activated from the injured reserve-designated to return list Saturday and had a big role in the 33-28 comeback win at Chicago on Sunday. Cobb was on a limited snap count but scored touchdowns on both of his catches, culminating with a wide-open 48-yard grab on a deep throw from Aaron Rodgers on fourth-and-8 with 38 seconds left to decide the outcome.
12/27/13 - The Green Bay Packers already know they will get quarterback Aaron Rodgers back for Sunday's showdown for the NFC North title against the Chicago Bears, and Rodgers might have wide receiver Randall Cobb in his arsenal.
Cobb continued to increase his workload this week and could come off short-term injured reserve following an evaluation Saturday.
"Randall Cobb is a playmaker. He's dangerous with the ball in his hand," Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Friday. "Our offense is based on making the quarterback successful. Football comes very natural to him."
Cobb suffered a significant leg injury on Oct. 13, and was placed on injured reserve with the designation for return label. He has been practicing for the past two weeks, and said on Thursday he was preparing as though he will play at Chicago.