Dec 24, 2012 3:34 PM
Randall Cobb has been the Packers "do-it-all" guy all season long. And by "doing it all," Cobb has the Green Bay record for most all-purpose yards in single season with 2,342 yards. But it came with a cost on Sunday.
The former Kentucky Wildcat sprained his ankle in the third quarter while returning a punt. Cobb left the game and did not return.
Before heading to the locker room, Cobb had 3 catches for 62 yards and touchdown. The Packers won the game, 55-7.
X-rays were negative on Cobb's ankle. Early prognosis is that he could be ready for this weekend versus the Minnesota Vikings. If not, he'll certainly be good to go for the playoffs.