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Randall Cobb's fantasy value stable after avoiding injury list

Randall Cobb returned to practice Sunday and is not on the injury list this week. We break down the fantasy implications.

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Green Bay Packers wide receiver is not on the injury list and will be practicing in full all week. Cobb suffered a biceps injury early in training camp and was held out of the first three preseason games, but he should be ready to go against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday.

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Cobb enjoyed a breakout season in 2012, recording 80 receptions for eight touchdowns and adding 1,256 yards on returns.

Fantasy impact: As expected, the injury wasn't a long term concern and the Packers held him out as a mere precaution in August. Cobb is locked in as a starter after Greg Jennings left in free agency. He will be playing opposite Jordy Nelson in the outside position and occasionally rotate with James Jones in the slot. Cobb is a high-end WR2 this year with huge upside if his drops decrease. His special teams prowess gives him extra value if your league counts return yards.

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