After suffering an ankle injury, wide receiver for the Green Bay Packers Randall Cobb provided a positive timeline for himself, according to Matt Schneidman. According to Schneidman, Cobb disclosed he will be out for two to six weeks due to a left high ankle sprain. Cobb also disclosed to Schneidman that following the original injury, he believed his season was finished.
According to Schneidman’s tweet, “He heard a pop when the injury first happened last Sunday and feared his season was finished, hence his reaction on the cart.” “Glad to be able to play this season again.”
One of the top wide receivers in the NFL at one point was Randall Cobb. He isn’t the same player he previously was at 32 years old. But even with their receiver issues in 2022, Aaron Rodgers and the Packers still value him. Cobb has 18 receptions for 257 receiving yards through 6 games.
His 2–6 week schedule is a little hazy. Green Bay wouldn’t be too concerned if Randall Cobb was only out for two weeks. Should he be forced to miss the full six weeks, they could need to add depth.
Randall Cobb is thrilled to be back this season, regardless of how long he is off. In fact, he even uploaded a video to Instagram of himself dancing.
In 2022, the 3-3 Packers hope to establish consistency. So far, they haven’t been able to find their foothold. They do, however, possess the skill to change the situation. Randall Cobb will try to assist Green Bay as soon as possible upon his return.
After first thinking his season was over, Randall Cobb gives the Packers’ injury timetable, which first appeared on ClutchPoints.