Cobb breaks Packers record, leaves game hurt

GREEN BAY, Wi (WKYT) - Former Kentucky fan favorite and current Green Bay Packers receiver, Randall Cobb, set the franchise mark for all-purpose yards in a season. However, Cobb left the game in the third quarter of a 55-7 blowout win over the Tennessee Titans with an ankle injury and did not return. Cobb was injured after he fielded a punt and slowly jogged off the field with a limp. After leaving Moments later he was taken to the locker room.

Cobb set the Packers all-purpose yards with 101 total yards against the Titans. Cobb has 2,341 total yards which, not only sets the Green Bay mark, but also leads the NFL in 2012. The Packers old record was 2,250 set by Ahman Green in 2003. The NFL record is 2,696 yards, set by Saints RB Darren Sproles last year.

Cobb had three receptions for 62 yards and a touchdown before he left the game.

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