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Randall Cobb sprints for a big gain for the Packers.Evan Siegle/Green Bay Packers; Jeff Gross/Getty Images. Few Packers wide receivers in the 20th century have been involved in more spectacular plays than Randall Cobb. The diminutive second-round pick burst onto the scene in 2011 with a spectacular 108-yard kickoff return in his first game and really never let up after that. He was on the receiving end of Aaron Rodgers’ fourth down bomb in 2013 to beat the Bears, he caught a key pass late in the Packers’ 2014 playoff win over the Cowboys, and he crushed the Bears again in 2018 with a gargantuan catch-and-run to complete the Packers’ comeback.