A full fridge and bidets: Randall Cobb talks about the perks of staying at Aaron Rodgers' house this summer

Kendra Meinert
Green Bay Press-Gazette
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Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb is all smiles as fans cheer his name as he leaves the field following a victory against the Pittsburgh Steelers Oct. 3 at Lambeau Field.

GREEN BAY - Randall Cobb spent time staying at Aaron Rodgers' house during Green Bay Packers training camp, and the accommodations weren't too shabby.

During an appearance Thursday morning on NFL Network's "Good Morning Football," Cobb offered a glimpse into what life was like when he lived with Rodgers for a time this summer after the Packers traded to bring the wide receiver from the Houston Texans back to Green Bay.

"We had a great time. He's a great host," Cobb said. "The fridge is always stocked. He's got those bidets, so you've got the warm toilet seats when you go to the bathroom."

(Bidets, for all of us with a house that doesn't have one, are a bathroom fixture that clean a person's bottom with a stream of temperature controlled water after using the toilet.)

Cobb crashed at Rodgers' Green Bay-area home until his wife, Aiyda, and two young sons could join him back in Wisconsin. "GMF's" Kyle Brandt asked if it was "the best bro time ever" for the two close friends (Rodgers was in Cobb's wedding).

Cobb said they watched the Olympics each night and hashed over how they might do in the individual competitions.

"It was just like being back in high school, just hanging out at your buddy's house and just spending time," Cobb said. 

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