Randall Cobb

Randall was born August 22, 1990.

Cobb participated in football, basketball and track at Alcoa High School in Tennessee before committing to Kentucky where he played quarterback, wide receiver and punt returner. He was named to first team AP All-American in 2010 as a receiver. Cobb skipped his final year of college eligibility, and the Packers drafted 64th overall in 2011.

As a rookie, Cobb had an immediate impact on the Packers. In his very first game, he tied an NFL record with a 108-yard kickoff return touchdown against the New Orleans Saints. Check out that play below.

In 2012, Cobb led the NFL in all-purpose yards with 2,342 and was named to the Pro Bowl as a returner. The following year, he spent most of the season injured, but he returned in the final week of the regular season against the Chicago Bears and caught the winning touchdown pass on a Hail Mary from Aaron Rodgers near the end of the fourth quarter. Watch the play below:

After a career year in receiving in 2014, Cobb signed a four-year, $40 million deal with Green Bay in the offseason, despite more lucrative offers from other teams.

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