Randal Cobb's Come Back From Injured Reserve

By Babita Singh

Wide receiver Randall Ladonald Cobb II plays for the Green Bay Packers in the National Football League.

Cobb was taken by the Packers in the second round of the 2011 NFL Draft after playing college football for Kentucky.

Cobb also spent one season each with the Houston Texans and the Dallas Cowboys.

Cobb had a left ankle injury in October due to which he was put on injured reserve.

The Packers have created a 21-day window for Cobb to re-enter the roster by designating him to return off injured reserve.

Cobb has 18 receptions for 257 yards before suffering an ankle injury. He is regarded as Green Bay's most dependable slot receiver.

Cobb's comeback might possibly aid an offence that made strides in the passing game against the Dallas Cowboys.

Christian Watson, a rookie wide receiver, had a breakthrough performance for the Packers this past weekend. For 107 yards and three touchdowns, he caught four receptions.

Cobb would get an update from the Packers later this week. His availability for Week 11 is currently unknown.

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