Randall Cobb: Wide Receiver, Green Bay Packers
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Pro Football’s Writers Association All-Rookie Team
The 2012 all-purpose yards leader and co-owner for the longest kickoff return in NFL history (108 yards), Cobb brings his track-and-field experience to the Gridiron every Sunday when he matches up against some of the best defensive backs in the NFL.
Selected in the Second round by the Packers in 2011, Cobb began his career with a bang recording his first NFL TD in the first quarter of his first game, and tying the league-record for longest kick-off return in the third quarter of the same game – later named “Play of the Year” at the season-ending NFL Honors banquet. Later in his rookie season, Cobb returned a punt for a touchdown, becoming the first rookie in Packers history to return both a punt and a kickoff for TD’s in the same season.
Aaron Rodgers, Quarterback, Green Bay Packers
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Super Bowl winner; Super Bowl MVP; NFL MVP; Three Pro Bowl selections; Bart Starr Award; Associated Press Athlete of the Year; First Team All Pro; Second Team All Pro; FedEx Air Player of the Year
The always-cool, calm and collected successor to a legend, Rodgers has displayed an effusive aerial assault on most NFL QB records. Rodgers has led the NFL twice in passer rating and touchdown-to-interception ratio. Rodgers is also the NFL’s career leader in passer rating during the regular season, second all-time in the same category for post-season play, and owns the single-season passer rating record.