Randall Cobb



Experience: 12 years

Height: 5-10

Age: 31

Weight: 195 lbs

College: Kentucky


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Career Stats

WRTE Career

2011Green Bay Packers1502537515611252.540
2012Green Bay Packers1588095411.93981013213.2280
2013Green Bay Packers64314331448447819.5670
2014Green Bay Packers161691128714.1701211373.4120
2015Green Bay Packers16157982910.553613503.8120
2016Green Bay Packers13106061010.247410333.3140
2017Green Bay Packers1514666539.94649171.9100
2018Green Bay Packers963838310.175221
2020Houston Texans1023844111.6343
2021Green Bay Packers1232837513.45451111011


The Green Bay Packers traded an undisclosed draft pick to the Houston Texans for WR Randall Cobb on July 28, 2021.

Cobb (5-10, 195, 11th season), who was originally selected by the Packers in the second round (No. 64 overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft out of Kentucky, rejoins Green Bay after playing the past two seasons for the Dallas Cowboys (2019) and the Houston Texans (2020). For his career, Cobb has played in 130 games with 81 starts during the regular season, recording 563 receptions for 6,793 yards (12.1 avg.) and 47 receiving touchdowns while totaling 363 yards on 62 carries (5.9 avg.). He has also returned 76 kickoffs for 1,926 yards (25.3 avg.) and a TD as well as 93 punts for 866 yards (9.3 avg.) and two TDs. Cobb is one of 10 players in NFL history with at least 45 receiving TDs, one kickoff return TD and one punt return TD and is the only player in the NFL since 2011 to record 6,000-plus receiving yards and 1,500-plus kickoff return yards.

In eight seasons with the Packers (2011-18), Cobb appeared in 105 regular-season games with 73 starts. He ranks No. 7 in franchise history in receptions (470) and No. 12 in receiving yards (5,524) and receiving TDs (41). Cobb is tied for No. 6 in team history with five seasons with 50-plus receptions (2012, 2014-17). He also started 10 of 11 postseason contests he appeared in for Green Bay and ranks in the top five in franchise history in receiving TDs (five, tied for No. 4) and receptions (47, tied for No. 5).

Pro Highlights (from 2018 media guide):

  • Is one of just five players in franchise history (Donald Driver, 2004-09; Sterling Sharpe, 1989-94; Antonio Freeman 1997-2000; Greg Jennings, 2008-11) to register 60-plus receptions in four consecutive seasons (2014-17).
  • Ranks No. 7 in franchise history in receptions (432), No. 13 in receiving yards (5,141) and tied for No. 12 in TD catches (39).
  • Has caught 296 passes for 3,379 yards (11.4 avg.) and 26 TDs over the past four seasons, one of only eight players in the NFL with 295-plus receptions, 3,375-plus receiving yards and 25-plus TD catches since 2014.
  • Tied an NFL single-game postseason record with three TD catches vs. the N.Y. Giants in a 2016 NFC Wild Card contest.
  • Played in every game with 15 starts in '15 and posted a team-high 79 catches for 829 yards (10.5 avg.) and six TDs.
  • Started all 16 games in 2014 and posted career highs in catches (91), receiving yards (1,287) and receiving TDs (12) on the way to earning his first career Pro Bowl selection (injury replacement for WR Dez Bryant).
  • Was tied for No. 4 in the NFL in TD catches in '14 and led the league with 10 receiving TDs in the red zone.
  • Is one of only five players in franchise history to register 90-plus receptions in a season, joining Sharpe, Driver, Robert Brooks and Jordy Nelson.
  • Was limited to just six games in 2013 due to a knee injury sustained at Baltimore in Week 6. Through Week 6, led the team in receptions with 29 and ranked No. 2 in receiving yards with 378.
  • Returned to action in the 2013 regular-season finale at Chicago and caught a pair of TD passes, highlighted by his 48-yard game-winning TD grab with 38 seconds remaining as the Packers captured their third straight NFC North title.
  • Set a franchise single-season record with a league-high 2,342 combined net yards in 2012, topping the previous team mark of 2,250 yards posted by RB Ahman Green in 2003.
  • Became the first Packer to lead the NFL in combined net yards since RB Travis Williams (1,517) did so in 1969.
  • With 954 receiving yards and 964 kickoff return yards in 2012, became the first player in NFL history to post 900-plus yards in each category in the same season.
  • Was named the first alternate for the Pro Bowl at kick returner in 2012. Averaged 25.4 yards on 38 kickoff returns and 9.4 yards on 31 punt returns.
  • Led the team in receptions (80) and receiving yards (954) in 2012 despite missing the season finale due to injury.
  • Has three kick-return scores (two punts, one kickoff) in his career, which ties him for No. 2 in franchise history behind only Williams (six TDs).
  • Ranked No. 2 in the NFL in kickoff return average (27.7) and No. 7 in the league in punt return average (11.3) in 2011. Checked in at No. 1 and No. 2 in those respective categories among rookies on his way to earning All-Rookie honors from Pro Football Weekly/PFWA as a kickoff returner.
  • Was also selected as a Pro Bowl alternate as a kick returner in 2011.
  • His 27.7-yard kickoff return average in '11 ranks No. 3 in franchise history (min. 25 returns) behind only Dave Hampton (28.6 in 1971) and Al Carmichael (28.1 in 1956).
  • Set a franchise rookie record in 2011 with 941 kickoff return yards, besting the previous mark held by Charles Wilson (798 yards in 1990).
  • Tied a then-NFL record with a 108-yard kickoff return for a TD against New Orleans in his pro debut, a play that would go on to be named the NFL Play of the Year at the league's awards ceremony.
  • Became just the second player in NFL history to catch a TD pass and return a kickoff for a TD in his pro debut, joining Detroit's Bill Bowman (vs. Chicago, Sept. 26, 1954).
  • With his 108-yard kickoff return for a score vs. New Orleans in Week 1 and his 80-yard punt return TD vs. Minnesota in Week 10, became the first player in team history and the first NFL rookie since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger to register a 100-yard kickoff return and an 80-yard punt return in the same season.
  • Became the first Green Bay rookie to register a punt return for a TD and a kickoff return for a score in the same season and the first Packer to do so since Roell Preston in 1998.
  • One of only three players in franchise history to register a receiving TD, a punt return for a TD and a kickoff return for a score in the same season, joining Williams (1969) and Brooks (1994).
  • Set a franchise rookie record with 1,616 combined yards (375 receiving, 5 rushing, 941 kickoff return, 295 punt return), topping the previous mark held by Billy Howton (1,231 in 1952).

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