The Facts: NFL Network's Mike Silver believes the Packers will move on from free-agent-to-be Cobb this offseason.
Diehards Line: As Gary Davenport of Bleacher Report recently noted, there was a time when Cobb was arguably the best slot receiver in the NFL. Back in 2014, Cobb racked up 1,287 receiving yards on 91 catches and found the end zone 12 times. The following year, Cobb posted a respectable 79/829/6 stat line. Davenport went on to note, however, it's been a different story over the past three years for the 28-year-old. In each of those seasons, Cobb has missed time—including seven games in 2018. Last year's 38 catches were Cobb's lowest output in that regard since 2013, when he only appeared in six games. His 383 yards were his lowest output since his rookie season. ... Meanwhile, Cowboys slot man Cole Beasley has been mentioned as a possible replacement and Tampa Bay's Adam Humphries will be available as well.