Perhaps Cobb and Jones' injuries aren't as bad as initially thought
Randall Cobb. Photo: Image by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
It certainly looked not-so-good for two of the Packers' "big three" receivers who went down Sunday in the Packers' 19-17 Houdini-act-of-a-win over the Baltimore Ravens.
However, there are some initial reports Sunday night that lead one to believe that Randall Cobb and James Jones' injuries during the game may not be the most debilitating.
From FOX's Mike Garofalo:
Per @JayGlazer on The OT, neither injury suffered by the Packers' WRs today (James Jones, Randall Cobb) is expected to be a season-ender.— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) October 14, 2013
A follow-up from Glazer himself:
I said on Cobb and Jones packers don't think either is season ending but won't know 4 sure til MRIs. Cobb believed worse than Jones— Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) October 14, 2013
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport also reports that we'll know more about the crutch-laden Cobb on Monday.
Packers WR Randall Cobb (knee) will have an MRI tomorrow morning, source says. But early indications are that it may not be a major injury— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 13, 2013