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Packers' Cobb to miss 'multiple weeks' with knee injury

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10/14/2013 5:23:22 PM
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Green Bay, WI (SportsNetwork.com) - Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Monday that wide receiver Randall Cobb's knee injury will sideline him for "multiple weeks."

Cobb was banged up in Sunday's 19-17 win at Baltimore. He took a helmet to his right knee from Ravens safety Matt Elam at the end of a 15-yard catch in the final minute of the first half.

Prior to his departure, Cobb had four catches for 53 yards.

McCarthy added that wide receiver James Jones (knee) may have a chance to play in Week 7's home game against the Cleveland Browns. He was also injured in the first half of Sunday's win over Baltimore.

Randall Cobb (Photo: Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

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