Packers WR Randall Cobb still not completely over shoulder injury

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- For the first time since he sprained his right shoulder nearly a month ago, Randall Cobb was a full participant in Green Bay Packers' practice. But don't mistake that for meaning Cobb is 100 percent.

"I wouldn't say that," Cobb said Thursday. "It's something I'm dealing with."

Cobb said he would not get into details but added that "it's not where I want it to be."

It was hard to tell that based on his performance in Sunday's win over the Seattle Seahawks. Cobb caught eight passes for 116 yards a week after he was clearly limited against the Bears in the season opener, when he had just five receptions for 38 yards (with a touchdown).

Cobb did not appear to play as cautiously or protect his shoulder as much in Week 2, which bodes well for the Packers heading into Monday night’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

After both games, Cobb said he avoided taking any direct shots on the shoulder and came out no worse than he was going in.

Packers coach Mike McCarthy gave his players three days off from practice before they returned to the field Thursday.

"Definitely having more time, an extra day, getting ready for a Monday night game, definitely gave it a little bit more time to heal up," Cobb said.

As expected, neither Eddie Lacy nor Davante Adams practiced on Thursday. Both are still dealing with ankle injuries from Sunday's game.