Randall Cobb injury: Packers WR leaves with bum ankle

USA TODAY Sports

Green Bay's leading receiver has left the field in the second half.

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb left Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans with an ankle injury. His return is listed as 'questionable'.

Up by 27 points, Randall Cobb returned a punt and sustained a hit to his right leg. After being looked at by the team's trainers, he walked to the locker room under his own power but noticeably in pain. Cobb was the game's leading receiver, with 62 yards and a touchdown. He also had three punt returns for 39 yards.

Given the large lead and depth at receiver, this won't play a role in today's game. However, with the playoffs around the corner it could deal a huge blow to the Packers' offense if they are without their biggest playmaker at receiver. In his absence today, Green Bay will lean on James Jones and Greg Jennings -- combining for 85 yards and a touchdown today, the two receivers will help keep the Packers' offense rolling against a reeling Titans' defense.

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