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GREEN BAY -- Randall Cobb's hamstring flared up on him in practice leading to a diminished workload throughout the week, and the result was the 28-year-old being rendered inactive for the Green Bay Packers against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.
Cobb will now miss his fifth game of the season with the injury.
The veteran wide receiver initially injured the hamstring during the practice week following the Packers' Week 3 loss at Washington. He returned after the bye week to play in Los Angeles on Oct. 28.
Over the last two weeks, Cobb has caught nine of 11 targets for 64 yards.
Starting cornerback Kevin King is also out for the game against Miami after injuring his hamstring in New England last week.
The Packers only had four other inactives for the Dolphins as they are only carrying 52 players on their roster. They are:
- Tim Boyle, QB
- Alex Light, OL
- Will Redmond, CB
- Ibraheim Campbell, S
The Dolphins will be without the following players:
- Ryan Tannehill, QB
- Ted Larson, OL
- Ja'Wuan James, OL
- Jonathan Woodard, DL
- Laremy Tunsil, OL
- Durham Smythe, TE
- Charles Harris, DE