VIDEO: First Look at Aaron Rodgers-Randall Cobb Connection in 2021
It's no secret, but the best thing the Green Bay Packers did this past offseason was trading for Randall Cobb. Reports suggested this was a requirement from quarterback Aaron Rodgers in order for the reigning MVP to return to Green Bay.
The Packers obliged and finally, the Rodgers-Packers dramatic saga took a temporary pause with the QB reporting to training camp. Perhaps the favorite receiver Rodgers has thrown to throughout his career, Packers fans were thrilled to see Cobb back in green and yellow following a two-year breakup.
With all that in mind, Packers fans are going to love this first video look at Rodgers and Cobb back and working together at training camp.
It's a simple drill on the side of the practice field with Rodgers delivering a short ball to Cobb before he runs through some blocking equipment. But, even this small thing should be a welcomed sight for Packers fans.
Cobb enjoyed the best seasons of his career in Green Bay. In 2014, the wideout earned his lone Pro Bowl nod after recording 1287 receiving yards on 91 catches with 12 touchdowns. In his eight previous seasons with the Packers, Cobb averaged close to 700 yards per year including 5.1 touchdowns and 58.8 receptions.
Davante Adams is the clear-cut No. 1 WR in town now, but Rodgers is thrilled to have one of his best friends back and catching passes in green and yellow.
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