Full interview: Green Bay WR Randall Cobb on THAT catch and the 49ers

01/04/2014

Randall CobbThe big story from last Sunday’s Green Bay win was Aaron Rodgers’ comeback from injury to lead the Packers past the Chicago Bears and into the playoffs as the winners of the NFC North. But Rodgers wasn’t the only Packer to get healthy at just the right time. Wide receiver Randall Cobb also saw his first action since early in the season and he made it count, hauling in two touchdown passes – including the game-winner on fourth down with less than a minute to play in the game.

The victory set Green Bay up with a Wild Card meeting with the San Francisco 49ers, who beat them in the divisional round last year as well as in the season-opener each of the last two seasons. Ahead of the game on Sunday, our Mark Malone had a chance to catch up with Cobb.

(Listen to Randall Cobb’s interview with Mark Malone)

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Coverage of the Packers and the 49ers from frigid Lambeau Field will begin at approximately 4:15 PM Eastern on Sunday. Our Wild Card Doubleheader begins earlier in the day in Cincinnati, where the San Diego Chargers visit the Bengals. Coverage on that one kicks off at 12:30 PM Eastern.

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