Cobb’s last four seasons in Green Bay have been traced with injuries and declining production. After catching 91 passes for 1,287 yards and 12 touchdowns in 2014, Cobb has averaged 60 catches, 618 yards and only four scores during the past four years. He played in only nine games in 2018, catching 38 passes for 383 yards and two touchdowns.
Although Cobb’s 2018 wasn’t comparable to his best years as a pro, he did produce a pair of memorable moments. He caught the game-winning touchdown pass from Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers to cap off an incredible comeback against the Chicago Bears in Week 1, racing 75 yards for the score. He also hauled in Rodgers’ record-breaking 359th consecutive pass without an interception during a December win over the Atlanta Falcons.