GREEN BAY - Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb says he is fortunate, despite the fact that he'll miss at least eight weeks of the season.
"I thought I was done," said Cobb. "I thought that was it for me. I thought that was my last catch, my last time on the field. It has hard, hard in the moment."
Cobb is on the injured reserve - designated to return list after suffering what's been reported to be a fractured fibula against the Ravens. Cobb said on Monday night's "Inside the Huddle" episode on FOX 11 he feels he is getting better every day, and hopes to be back on the field in 8 weeks.
"I've had my times where I felt depression setting in," said Cobb. "I felt there were times where I knew it could've been a lot worse than what it turned out to be. In the moment it felt a lot of worse than it actually was."
Cobb was hit in the knee by Baltimore safety Matt Elam. Teammates, including Aaron Rodgers, have been critical of Elam going low on the tackle. Cobb was asked if he thought the hit was dirty.
"I can understand the whole head to head thing: guys are trying not to get fined," said Cobb. "Was it low? I think it was a little low. It's part of the game. It's a hit I hope nobody has to take."
The injury isn't keeping Cobb out of the community. Monday night he hosted a dinner for his "Helping Hands" charity at Republic Chophouse in downtown Green Bay. The charity works with the YMCA to give healthy food to kids at Eisenhower Elementary.
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