Even with Packers OTA's coming up this week, wide receiver Randall Cobb took time to go one-on-one with Green Bay area kids interested in football on Sunday.
He and other coaches hosted his second-annual youth football camp at Notre Dame Academy for boys and girls in grades one through eight. With the $200 registration fee, an estimated 180 children participated in non-contact games, competitions, and football skills stations. They also went home with awards, an autographed souvenir, a Randall Cobb Football ProCamp T-shirt as well as a team photo with Cobb.
"Kids, I think, are always the best because you never know what they're going to do or say. Just being able to have fun and pass balls with them and teach them different drills (is great)," Cobb said.
But within all the fun and games, there was, of course, some trash talk.
"Me and a little kid got into it. He was telling me I was a bad quarterback and kind of hurt my feelings a little bit, so I had to let him know about that," said Cobb. "But it's been great. Once we get to the games, I think the kids really enjoy that, just being a free-for-all and doing what they want."