Randall Cobb was forced to leave Sunday's game against the Falcons with a shoulder injury.
Randall Cobb will be day-to-day after getting an MRI on his injured shoulder Monday, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports.
Cobb left Sunday's game against the Falcons late in the second half after getting six catches for 60 yards and 10 rushing yards on one attempt.
In addition to Cobb being banged up, the Packers also played most of the game without Jordy Nelson, who left in the first quarter with a quad injury. There has been no update on Nelson's injury.
If Cobb and Nelson end up on the shelf, the Packers will likely rely more on Davante Adams, who has 11 catches for 146 yards and a touchdown to start the season. Ty Montgomery, Martellus Bennett, Geronimo Allison and Richard Rodgers could also see increases in looks.
Cobb, 27, is in his seventh year in the league. Last season he missed three games due to hamstring and ankle injuries.