After four years with the Green Bay Packers, wide receiver Randall Cobb is reportedly asking for $9 million per season in his new contract…
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb’s rookie contract has expired after his first four seasons in the NFL, and he was able to put it all together in the 2014 season.
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Cobb had missed significant time in the 2013 season after being considered a breakout candidate for his promising performance in 2012, but he set career highs in 2014 with 91 catches for 1,287 yards and 12 touchdowns.
The Packers were not able to re-sign him during the season, so he will become a free agent if a contract extension is not reached by March 10.
The speedy wide receiver is asking for $9 million per year. The Packers re-signing him won’t come cheap, but bringing him back would lock up a premier starting receiver duo with Jordy Nelson, who signed a four-year contract extension last offseason.
theScore reported on Cobb’s desired pay on Twitter.
— theScore (@theScore) February 16, 2015