2. Randall Cobb
Some fans are surprised Randall Cobb wasn’t cut instead of Jordy Nelson this past offseason. Cobb has struggled since his breakout season in 2014 which saw him earn his first and only Pro Bowl.
As a slot receiver, he seems to lack the explosiveness and shifty ability he displayed early in his career. Where he used to excel after the catch, he now struggles to create any additional yardage.
Cobb is making $8.6 million this season and is set to be an unrestricted free agent in 2019. No matter where he signs, his cap number is likely to come down unless he has a monster campaign in 2018. Let’s hope he can continue his career in a productive manner in the green and gold.