Randall Cobb - Packers WR leaves with knee injury

Ravens safety Matt Elam went low on Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb and unfortunately Cobb left with a knee injury. After taking a blow to the right leg, Cobb had to be carried off the field by two Green Bay trainers.

When he left, Cobb was leading the Packers in receiving with four catches for 53 yards. After the game, quarterback Aaron Rodgers told reporters he wasn’t pleased with Elam’s hit calling it “a questionable play.”

“From my vantage point, [Elam] had plenty of time to not take a player’s legs out,” Rodgers told Paul Imig of Fox Sports Wisconsin.

Elam’s teammate, safety James Ihedigbo, defended the hit. “We try to play within the rules,” Ihedibo said according to the Baltimore Sun’s Aaron Wilson. “That’s on Roger Goodell. He wants us to hit low, we’ll hit low, and guys will keep getting injured, God forbid. I don’t know what Randall Cobb suffered, but I’m praying for him because it’s unfortunate.”