BREAKING: New York Jets Signing Long-Time Packers Wide Receiver

The two long-time friends and teammates are reunited once again.

The New York Jets are signing long-time Green Bay Packers wide receiver and Aaron Rodgers friend, Randall Cobb to a one-year deal.

The 33-year-old receiver, who has spent most of his career with the Green Bay Packers, had a decent 2022 season as the team's primary slot receiver.

He finished his 12th NFL season, recording 34 receptions for 417 yards and a touchdown across 13 games.

For his career, Cobb has amassed 7,585 yards, 625 receptions and 53 touchdowns over 155 games, with 10 of those 12 seasons being played with the Packers.

He will join the Jets' receiving corps, which already includes talented players such as Allen Lazard, Garrett Wilson, Corey Davis, and Mecole Hardman.

While Cobb's arrival may suggest that the Jets are planning further changes to their receiving corps, it remains to be seen if any of the current players will be traded.

However, Cobb's prior experience with quarterback Aaron Rodgers should make it easier for him to adjust to a backup role in the Jets' offense with fewer practice reps.

Despite undergoing ankle surgery recently, Cobb is expected to contribute to the team and provide a veteran presence to the locker room.

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