Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb appeared to have suffered a devastating knee injury during Sunday afternoon’s match up against the Baltimore Ravens, but it appears that the early feedback is all positive.
Cobb was hit low and immediately went to the ground in obvious pain, before being carted off to the locker room.
However, if the early reports are to be believed, it looks like the cart may have been precautionary and that thing appeared to be much worse than they truly are.
According to ESPN, the early reports on Cobb’s knee are “good” and the injury is not believed to be season-ending.
Cobb will undergo additional testing on Monday and head coach Mike McCarthy will not officially comment on the injury until the tests are complete, so we should expect some word on the length that Cobb will be sidelined with the injury in the coming days.
To make matters worse for the Packers receiving corp, James Jones also went down with a shin injury, but his injury is not believed to be serious either.