After reportedly undergoing an MRI on his injured shoulder, Packers fans can let out a deep breath, as Randall Cobb is now reported to be "day-to-day."
NFL Network reported Monday morning that the Packers receiver would undergo an MRI to examine his shoulder, which was injured during Green Bay's loss in Atlanta. The MRI reportedly showed "nothing major."
#Packers WR Randall Cobb, who had an MRI for a shoulder injury today, is considered day-to-day, source said. Nothing major.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 18, 2017
Cobb caught seven passes for 62 yards and a touchdown against Seattle, and recorded six receptions for 60 yards before leaving Sunday's game during the fourth quarter at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
Head Coach Mike McCarthy said he didn't have an update on any of the injured Packers, but noted he didn't think any of the injuries were of a season-ending caliber.
Here's the full list of injured Packers after Sunday's game:
- Randall Cobb (shoulder)
- Mike Daniels (hamstring)
- Jordy Nelson (quad)
- Kentrell Brice (groin)
- Davon House (leg)