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Randall Cobb Biography

Randall Cobb is an American football wide receiver for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at the University of Kentucky and was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the second round of the 2011 NFL Draft.

Randall Cobb Age

Randall Cobb was born on August 22, 1990, in Maryville, Tennessee United States. Randall Cobb is 28 years old as of 2018.

Randall Cobb Body Measurements

Randall Cobb stands at a height of ‎5 feet 10 inches (1.78m) He has a weight of 87 kg (192 lb pounds), He has an eye color of black.

Randall Cobb Net worth

Randall Cobb earns his income from the American Football and his business that he manages. He also earns income from the Awards industry. He has an estimated net worth of $3 million.

Randall Cobb Eduaction|High school career

Randall Cobb attended Alcoa High School where he used to play the American football and then joined the University of Kentucky. He was a letterman in football, basketball, and track. His football team was a four-time State Champion in Class AA and Cobb received a “Mr. Football” trophy from the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association. At that time, he played both offense and defense as well as special teams but made his biggest impact as quarterback for the Tornadoes. He was an All-District basketball player as a junior.

Cobb was also a track star at Alcoa. He was a four-year member of the track team, competing in sprints along with the 4 × 100 m and 4 × 200 m squads. He finished third in the state meet in the 100-meter dash his senior year, recording a career-best time of 10.75 seconds. He was clocked at 21.89 seconds in the 200-meter dash at age 16. He also helped lead the Alcoa 4 × 100 m relay squad to a second-place finish in the state meet as a junior.

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Randall Cobb Wife

Randall Cobb is married to Aiyda Cobb (née Ghahramani), in 2017 her wife is a Washington DC-based attorney. She was a student at Rutgers State University where she ran track and field before attending law school at the University of Hampshire School of Law.

Randall Cobb College career

Randall Cobb Cobb played college football for the University of Kentucky. During his freshman year, under head coach Rich Brooks, he was named to the SEC All-Freshmen team at quarterback, playing in 11 games and starting four at quarterback. He accounted for 11 touchdowns as a freshman two passing, two receiving, and seven rushings. In his sophomore season, he played mainly wide receiver as well as a significant role in the offense/special teams returning kicks, place kick holding, receiving, and also the quarterback in the “Wildcat” formation.

He scored 15 touchdowns and receiving four touchdowns, one returning, and ten rushings during the 2009 season. In his junior season, Cobb had a new head coach in Joker Phillips, who said: “He’s one of the best leaders I’ve ever been around.” He scored a touchdown on a punt return against Western Kentucky. On October 9, 2010, Cobb scored four touchdowns against undefeated Auburn, tying the Kentucky school record for career touchdowns at 32.

He was also the first player to score a rushing, passing, and receiving touchdown in the same game for Kentucky since Shane Boyd in 2003. Overall, in his junior season, he finished with 1,017 receiving yards, seven receiving touchdowns, 424 rushing yards, five rushing touchdowns, 58 passing yards, and three passing touchdowns. After his junior season, he declared for the NFL Draft. While at Kentucky, he majored in Community Communications and Leadership Development.

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Randall Cobb Green Bay Packers

Randall Cobb was drafted in the second round (64th overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft by the Green Bay Packers. On September 8, 2011, in the Packers’ opening game of the season against the New Orleans Saints, Cobb became the first person born in the 1990s to play in the NFL. He recorded his first NFL touchdown on a 32-yard reception in the first quarter and followed up with a 108-yard kickoff return in the third quarter that tied the record set by Ellis Hobbs of the New England Patriots in 2007 for longest kickoff return in NFL history. The return was later named Play of the Year at the season-ending NFL Honors banquet.

In a Monday Night Football game against the Minnesota Vikings on November 14, Cobb scored his second special team’s touchdown of the year on an 80-yard punt return in the first quarter. With that, Cobb became the first rookie in Packers history to return both a kick and a punt for a touchdown in the same season. For the season, he caught 25 passes for 375 yards (a 15.0 average) and one touchdown. His most impressive statistics were on special teams, as he returned 34 kicks for 941 yards (a 27.7 average) and one touchdown and 26 punt returns for 295 yards (an 11.3 average) and one touchdown.

Randall Cobb 2012 season

In 2012, he played in 15 games including eight starts. He led the team in receptions with 80 and receiving yards with 954 and was second on the team with eight touchdowns. He set a single-season franchise record with 2,342 combined net yards 954 receiving, 132 rushings, 964 on kickoff returns (a 25.4 average), and 292 on punt returns (a 9.4 average) including one touchdown. He also led the NFL in that category. He was named a Pro Bowl first alternate as a kick returner.

Randall Cobb 2013 season

In 2013, he was limited to six games (including four starts) due to broken fibula injury and he suffered in Week 6 against the Baltimore Ravens. Up until his injury, which kept him on the sidelines until the season’s final game, he led the Packers with 29 receptions and was second in receiving yards with 378. He also rushed four times for 78 yards, a 19.5 average. He returned to play in the regular season finale against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. He caught a memorable 48-yard game-winning touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers late in the fourth quarter to win the NFC North title for the Packers.

Randall Cobb 2014 season

Cobb was on pace for personal bests through the first 10 games of the 2014 season, with 54 receptions for 779 yards (a 14.4 average) and an already career-high (and league-leading) 10 touchdown receptions from Aaron Rodgers, including at least one touchdown in eight of 10 games. In the Packers’ 10th game, he had season-highs with 10 receptions and 129 receiving yards against the Philadelphia Eagles. On January 19, he was named as a replacement for Dez Bryant in the Pro Bowl. He had one reception for nine yards in the game. He finished the season with 91 receptions on 126 targets for 1,287 yards and 12 touchdowns. He was ranked as the 100th best player in the NFL by his fellow players on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2014.

Randall Cobb 2015 season

On March 7, 2015, he signed a four-year, $40 million contract with $17 million guaranteed to stay with the Packers. After signing the deal, Cobb explained his thought process. “At the end of the day, my heart was in Green Bay, and I knew that’s where I wanted to be. I knew I had a good thing going for me, and still, I signed a pretty lucrative deal that I can handle as far as making that last for the rest of my life.”

He mentioned that the NFC Championship loss to the Seattle Seahawks still bothered him. “Obviously, that loss still hurts. It still feels fresh. I want to win a championship, and we were right there. We were close. We didn’t do what we needed to do to win, but we have a lot of the guys coming back this year, same guys. A lot of our core guys, and we believe that puts us in the mix. So we have to handle business this offseason as far as continuing to get better on a daily basis. Obviously, next season, we have to put ourselves in position to go on a run.”

In 2015, he had one best season teammate Jordy Nelson who went down with an ACL in the preseason, posting only six touchdowns. On December 3, during the “Miracle in Motown” win, Cobb recovered a James Starks fumble to give the Packers their first touchdown of the game to make the score 20–7 in favor of the Detroit Lions. The Packers would win 27–23 after a Rodgers to Rodgers Hail Mary. He finished the season with 79 receptions on a career-high 129 targets for 829 yards and six touchdowns. Cobb’s 448 yards after the catch ranked eighth among NFL wide receivers in 2015.

Randall Cobb 2016 season

On September 16, 2016, he was fined $9,115 for pulling the face mask of linebacker Paul Posluszny in Week 1 against the Jacksonville Jaguars. He finished the season with 60 receptions on 84 targets for 610 yards and four touchdowns. In the Wild Card Round against the New York Giants, Cobb had five receptions for 116 yards and three touchdowns, including catching a 42-yard Hail Mary from Aaron Rodgers at the end of the second quarter.

Randall Cobb 2017 season

In the 2017 season, he finished with 66 receptions for 653 yards and four touchdowns. In Week 6 against the Minnesota Vikings, Aaron Rodgers was taken off the field by his coaches and medical personnel after suffering a shoulder injury on a hit from Anthony Barr. Shortly thereafter, it was revealed that Rodgers suffered a fractured right collarbone. He was forced to miss time, and Cobb’s new quarterback was Brett Hundley. For the first time in his professional career, the Packers finished with a 7–9 record and did not make the playoffs.

Randall Cobb 2018 season

On September 9, 2018, Cobb caught nine passes for 142 yards and a touchdown in the season-opener against the Chicago Bears. He recorded a career-long 75-yard touchdown reception late in the fourth quarter to give the Packers the go-ahead score in the 24–23 victory. This game marked his 15th career game with at least 100 receiving yards. After two games with four receptions each, Cobb suffered a hamstring injury and missed the next five weeks, appearing for limited duty in Week 8 and Week 9 (for a total of nine receptions). Overall, he finished the 2018 season with 38 receptions for 383 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns. He played for Dallas Cowboys on March 19, 2019, Cobb signed a one-year, $5 million contract with the Dallas Cowboys.

Randall Cobb Professional career



Arm length

Hand size

40-yard dash

10-yd split

20-yd split



Vert jump




5 ft 10 1⁄4 in
(1.78 m)
191 lb
(87 kg)
31 in
(0.79 m)
9 3⁄8 in
(0.24 m)
4.46 s 1.60 s 2.66 s 4.34 s 7.08 s 33 1⁄2 in
(0.85 m)
9 ft 7 in
(2.92 m)
16 reps 25

All values are from NFL Combine

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2011 GB 15 0 25 375 15.0 61 1 3 3
2012 GB 15 8 80 954 11.9 39 8 4 1
2013 GB 6 4 31 433 14.0 48 4 0 0
2014 GB 16 16 91 1,287 14.1 70 12 3 2
2015 GB 16 15 79 829 10.5 53 6 1 0
2016 GB 13 10 60 610 10.2 47 4 1 0
2017 GB 15 14 66 653 9.9 46 4 1 0
2018 GB 9 6 38 383 10.1 75 2 2 1


105 73 470 5,524 11.8 75 41 15 7

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