Packers vs. Ravens 2013 injury report: Randall Cobb, James Jones suffer injuries in win

Patrick McDermott

The Packers' receiver corps was decimated by injury on Sunday. Randall Cobb and James Jones both left the game with leg injuries.

The Green Bay Packers defeated the Baltimore Ravens, 19-17, on Sunday, but that win came with significant costs. Two starting receivers left the game with injuries, depleting the offense of important weapons.

James Jones limped off the field with a leg injury and did not return. He left early in the second quarter with a significant limp, suggesting an injury that could affect his practice schedule this week.

Green Bay suffered a much more serious looking injury late in the second quarter. Randall Cobb crumbled to the turf after getting nailed in the knee by Matt Elam. He was carted off the field with what the team is calling a right knee injury. The Packers had just two active receivers for the rest of the game in Jordy Nelson and Jarrett Boykin.

The Ravens' injury report was relatively minor. Haloti Ngata missed some snaps with an elbow sprain but came back into the game, and Jacoby Jones seemed to have a minor leg injury that didn't keep him out for any stretch of time.

The Packers are expected to update the status of Cobb and Jones no later than Monday.

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