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Cobb Showed Early Toughness as Returner

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Randall Cobb, who recalls getting drilled on his first punt return as a middle-schooler, could be the returner to solve a ghastly 178-game drought without a touchdown on a kickoff return.

Randall Cobb fielded the kickoff, burst through a small hole and might have been off to the races had he not run into one of his blockers at about the 35-yard line. It was just the second practice of training camp and it wasn't a live drill. But the fans at Ray Nitschke Field on Sunday night, who have grown accustomed to the Packers' annual ineptitude returning kickoffs, roared its approval...

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