Randall Cobb is home again and couldn’t possibly be happier. Cobb practiced Thursday as a member of the Packers for the first time since the end of the 2018 season and seemed to be glowing from the combined joy of reuniting with Aaron Rodgers and an apparent relief to have left Houston. He entered the media room in Green Bay with his arms stretched wide, greeting reporters with “My people, I’ve missed you all.” “I can breathe again,” Cobb said when asked how it feels to be back in Green Bay, via ESPN’s Rob Demovsky. “I’ve seen the other side.” Cobb spent the last two years of his NFL career as a receiving mercenary, enjoying a productive season in Dallas (55 catches, 828 yards, three touchdowns) before heading to Houston to play with Deshaun Watson in 2020. Cobb was part of a trio of receivers that also included Will Fuller and Kenny Stills, and the veteran played his part, catching 38 passes for 441 yards and three scores.
Randall Cobb excited to be back in Green Bay after trade from Texans