On the Packers.com website, writer Vic Ketcham is asked in a mailbag column what kind of year he thinks former Kentucky wide receiver Randall Cobb will have in 2014 with Green Bay.
Ketcham says the Packers are expecting big things.
I think Randall Cobb could lead the league in receptions this season. Why do I think he could do that? Because he plays in an offense that is going to use him in multiple ways. He was headed for a big year last season when he got hurt.
Cobb caught a career-high 80 passes in 2012. He was limited to 31 last year, when he played in just six games because of injury. Pierre Garcon led the NFL with 113 receptions last year. Jordy Nelson led the Packers with 85 catches.