It is not going to be helpful for the Green Bay Packers this week when they are short on receivers of the game, but it is told the expert Randall Cobb on Friday that he thinks that he will be returned to the team in two to six weeks.
Randall Cobb has been side-lined from the team just because of his left ankle injury and he also told that it was a very worse condition for him.
Randall Cobb Expected Worst From His Injury! Takes ‘Good News’ With Return!
I felt something knocking sharply, Cobb said. but it is nice to have the best news for me and I am very happy to know that I will be able to come back to the team again. The highly expert Packer’s receiver was carted off with a high ankle sprain during the time of the match of a 27-10 loss.
Against the New York Jets last on last Sunday. He told the public that he has been spotted with a high ankle wrench. The packers believe that Cobb’s injury is on the shorter end of that time segment, then he hopefully can keep away from injured reserve.
But If they put him on IR, at that time Cobb will have to wait at least four weeks. The Packers (3-3) will play without Cobb on Sunday at Washington (2-4) but also parallel receiver Christian Watson, who is going to miss his second straight game due to his hamstring injury.
That leaves Romeo Doubs, Allen Lazard, the rarely-used Amari Rodgers as well Samori Toure who has been never used, they all will be only optional receivers on the roster. Toure, a rookie seventh-round pick, has been inactive in all the games this season.
Randall Cobb will not be able to play for the next few weeks and its impacts an already depleted Packers receiver roster. The 32-year-old this veteran holds the ranks second on the Packers in reception for yards (257) and fourth in receptions (18).
This season as well as he also caught seven passes for 99 yards against the Huddersfield Giants (27-22). Is told Cobb that he also suffered from the same kind of injury earlier in his carrier when he was playing for the Packers in the year 2016.
That injury triggered him to miss the end of the regular season, however, he came back at the right time to catch three touchdown passes in a final victory over the New York Giants team. Green Bay (3-3) also has lined up as a wide receiver.
Christian Watson was not on the team for Sunday’s game at Washington (2-4). The rookie second-round choice from North Dakota State has not yet practiced this week as well as is going to miss a second straight game.
Jake Hanson (biceps) who is a good Offensive lineman has also been ruled out for the Commanders game. One of the best receivers Sammy Watkins has returned to practice recently this week but he has not been activated from the injury and he has already missed four games.