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James Jones, Donald Driver, Greg Jennings
Lucky for Randall Cobb, the Packers have a deep and talented corps of receivers that will take attention away from him.
Arguably the best group of receivers in the NFL, it's impossible for opponents to take away every one of them.
Greg Jennings is a two-time Pro Bowler entering a contract season, which portends a big season ahead of him.
On top of Jennings, the Packers have Jordy Nelson, the team's leading receiver in receptions (68), yards (1,263), average yards per catch (18.6) and touchdowns (15) last season.
As if to prove how highly regarded the duo of Jennings and Nelson are, both were ranked on the NFL Network's recently released Top 100 Players of 2012 list, Jennings coming in at 58 and Nelson at 80.
Even though tight end Jermichael Finley has a long way to go to become a consistent threat on the Packers offense, his size alone causes mismatch problems and attracts extra attention from opposing defenses.
And if that's not enough, the Packers' other receiving options include Donald Driver, James Jones, Tori Gurley and Diondre Borel, a group so deep that it's not likely all of them will make the team's regular season 53-man roster.
With so much talent around him, Cobb will frequently line up across from safeties and linebackers this season, who will have a hard time keeping up with the lightning-quick threat on the other side of the line of scrimmage.