"Not that I know of," Cobb said of any contact with the Packers over a new deal. "My agent hasn't mentioned it to me, so I don't know if there's been any talks."
Cobb said his preference is to sign a long-term deal with the Packers.
"I would definitely love that," he said. "But unfortunately that won't be my decision. That will be on the team to come to me with that decision. I would love to get it out the way and not to have to worry about any of the conversations or answering any questions during the season that would take away from what we're trying to do as a football team."
“I’ve got to get better at breaking tackles,” Cobb said, per the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. “If I want to be a great player – and not just a good player – I have to do more. I have to be more. I’m going to take that upon myself this offseason. I’m going to let this pain that I feel right now fuel me to come back stronger and better next season.”
Cobb broke or avoided six tackles in six regular-season games, according to Pro Football Focus. Seattle's Golden Tate led receivers in that category, causing 21 missed tackles.
Cobb also returned four kickoffs for 87 yards. He'll get the offseason to heal up completely as he enters the last year of his four-year deal.
Rodgers returned from a broken collarbone and Cobb from a broken leg to play Week 17 at Chicago. They'll face the 49ers in a playoff game Sunday.
"Going in we said if we can get him 15 or so snaps, that would be great,” offensive coordinator Tom Clements told the team's websiet. “He played more and he felt fine, so I’m sure that’s good for his confidence. He didn’t have a problem playing the extended number of plays, so that’s good.”
Cobb, who ran 23 pass routes, could get an even bigger workload Sunday as a nearly full-time slot receiver, enabling Jordy Nelson to stay outside. In Week 1, Cobb caught seven passes for 108 yards and a touchdown against San Francisco.
“He’s dangerous with the ball in his hands,” Clements said. “If you can get him the ball, he has a chance to make big plays out of short gains. Not that Jordy can’t, but obviously Randall is a little smaller. He’s used to being a punt returner and a kick returner, running in traffic and making guys miss. That’s where he excels.”
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