NFL Betting: Green Bay’s Randall Cobb struggles with injured bicep

randfall cobbThe Green Bay Packers’ NFL betting fans were very concerned to see receiver Randall Cobb grab his right arm in pain, keeping it tight to his body at the end of almost every play.

But price per head sportsbooks saw that through the end of Tuesday’s practice, there he was on the field. Cobb even had three passes thrown his way in the final period, a no-huddle drill, and he was able to haul in two of them.

NFL betting fans found out that for two days in a row, the receiver was practising with a wrap on the biceps injury he suffered last week. Price per head sportsboks could see that considering how often coach Mike McCarthy discusses being smart with injured players, it was a bit surprising to see Cobb on playing with obvious pain.

“Trying to be smart and be tough at the same time is difficult for me,” Cobb said after practice. “But I understand that I have limitations, and I have to be smart about it. But it’s hard and difficult at times.”

When he was asked whether he was being smart by practicing on Tuesday, Cobb said: “No.”

“It’s something that we understand what the injury is, and we wouldn’t put him out there if we thought he was in jeopardy of moving forward and getting healthy,” McCarthy said. “But every case is different.”

The receiver – a big favourite with NFL betting fans – didn’t play in the preseason opener against the Arizona Cardinals on Friday, and considering the fact that Jordy Nelson will not play during all of the preseason due to a knee injury, the amount of snaps QB Aaron Rodgers will have with his top receivers will be limited between now and the season opener at San Francisco and September 8.

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Pay per head services saw that last season, Cobb was leading the Packers with 80 receptions, and many football betting fans believe that this season he could have an even bigger role, so it makes sense that during training camp he wants to be on the pitch as much as he can.