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Randall Cobb battling biceps injury

Published On: Dec 24 2013 02:03:31 AM CST
Updated On: Aug 13 2013 05:38:55 PM CDT
GREEN BAY -

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb was in obvious pain at the end of Tuesday's practice, but the team's top pass-catcher wasn't about to leave the field.

Only afterward did he admit he should have been smarter with the biceps injury that's been bothering him since an Aug. 3 scrimmage.

By the end of practice, Cobb was wincing, holding his right arm close to his body and clearly in pain during an 11-on-11 competitive team period.

The Packers can't afford to lose Cobb, who led the team in receiving last year (80 receptions, 954 yards, eight touchdowns. 

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