Texans working with Packers to trade WR Randall Cobb

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Houston Texans receiver Randall Cobb may be going back to the Green Bay Packers to play with Aaron Rodgers after all.

According to Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network, the Texans and the Packers are currently working on a deal that would send the former 2014 Pro Bowler back to the NFC North club.

Brandin Cooks took to Twitter Tuesday and advised Cobb to go back home to Green Bay, who selected him in Round 2 of the 2011 NFL draft.

Former Texans coach and general manager Bill O’Brien signed Cobb to a three-year, $27 million contract with $18 million guaranteed in the 2020 free agency period.

Cobb told reporters on Oct. 21, 2020, the Wednesday before the Texans played the Packers, what some of his fondest memories were with the Pack.

“I think putting on the green and gold and running through the tunnel [at Lambeau Field] and knowing the players that’s come through that tunnel and the people that’s played on that field, it really is hallowed ground,” said Cobb. “It’s really a special place. I have some very fond memories. A lot of interaction with the fans during the game and off the field and at the grocery store. So, it’ll always be a special place to me.”

Cobb will continue his legacy with the Packers as the Texans seek to rebound from a 4-12 finish from a year ago.

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