Jets' Randall Cobb Signing Adds To New York's Partial Reconstruction Of Green Bay's Offense
Updated: May 18
The New York Jets have added another piece to Aaron Rodgers’ Green Bay offense.
It was reported that New York has signed former Packers’ Wide receiver Randall Cobb to a one-year deal. Cobb has 534 total receptions off of throws from Rodgers, including the playoffs, which is the second most to any player in Rodgers career.
Frankly this is a low risk high reward signing for New York, most likely Cobb will start the season off at the WR3 slot. The 12-year vet only started in three games last season, overall appearing in 13 total, where he went 34-for-50 receiving and collecting 417 yards and a touchdown.
Randall Cobb now joins Tim Boyle (QB), Allen Lazard (WR), Billy Turner (OL) and Nathaniel Hackett (OC) in New York, as part of what is now a partial reconstruction of the Green Bay Packers offense that the Jets have made via trades and free agent signings to suit Aaron Rodgers.