Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb left Sunday’s game against the visiting Los Angeles Rams with a groin injury.
Cobb appeared to injure himself on the Packers’ opening drive after planting his right foot to make a cut on a pass route. He remained in the game, contributing a 54-yard catch and run at one point, as well as a 7-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter.
Cobb did not return after halftime and was ruled out, finishing the game with four receptions for 95 yards and a score.
The 31-year old, in his 11th NFL season out of Kentucky, has 28 catches for 375 yards and five touchdowns in his return to Green Bay. Cobb played his first eight seasons with the Packers before moving on to the Dallas Cowboys (2019) and Houston Texans (2020).
Cobb has 591 receptions for 7,168 yards and 52 touchdowns in 142 career games.