Packers WR Cobb hurts shoulder
•PHILADELPHIA 39, GREEN BAY 26: Wide receiver Randall Cobb left the Packers' preseason game Saturday night against Philadelphia because of a shoulder injury, and the Eagles went on to beat the Packers in Green Bay, Wis.
Cobb appeared to be favoring his right arm after landing on his side as he was trying to catch a pass on the sideline from rookie Brett Hundley on Green Bay's first offensive drive. Cobb said a defender landed on top of him.
He is the second starting wideout to get hurt for the Packers in preseason action. Jordy Nelson was lost for the season because of a right knee injury last Sunday against Pittsburgh.
But it doesn't appear that Packers coach Mike McCarthy is nearly as worried about Cobb as he was when Nelson tore his ACL.
"We thought it could've been collarbone or something; it's not. So, fortunately enough, there's a silver lining in it," Cobb said.
More tests are planned during the team's day off on Sunday, but Cobb said he didn't think this was a serious injury.
"It felt like a bad dream in that situation, having Jordy go down last week and then three plays in this series," Cobb said.
Hundley started in place of NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers, who watched from the sideline in sweats as a healthy scratch. The Packers did not dress three starting offensive linemen because of injuries.
Right tackle Bryan Bulaga then left the game in the first quarter because of a left ankle injury, leaving center Corey Linsley as the only healthy starting lineman. Safety Micah Hyde climbed onto a cart on the sideline late in the second quarter to be treated in the locker room for a neck injury.
For the Eagles, quarterback Sam Bradford shook off rust with a perfect night. Bradford was 10-for-10 for 121 yards and three touchdowns in his most extensive action of the preseason.
•CINCINNATI 21, CHICAGO 20: Andy Dalton sneaked in for a touchdown on Cincinnati's opening drive, then came out of the game as a precaution with a sore neck during a victory over the visiting Bears. Chicago again failed to get a touchdown out of their starting offense.
•BUFFALO 43, PITTSBURGH 19: EJ Manuel made his case to reclaim the Bills' starting quarterback job by going 7-for-8 for 170 yards and two touchdowns in a victory over the visiting Steelers. The Bills lost receiver Marquise Goodwin indefinitely after he suffered broken ribs late in the first half. The Steelers lost kicker Garrett Hartley to a right hamstring injury.
•MIAMI 13, ATLANTA 9: Ryan Tannehill passed for 145 yards in less than a half despite working behind a makeshift offensive line, and the host Dolphins beat the Falcons. Atlanta QB Matt Ryan was sacked three times in four series. Miami center Mike Pouncey suffered a knee injury.
•SEATTLE 16, SAN DIEGO 15: Steven Hauschka kicked a 60-yard field goal with 16 seconds left to give the visiting Seahawks a victory over the Chargers. Hauschka had missed a 58-yard attempt with 3:46 remaining.
•INDIANAPOLIS 24, ST. LOUIS 14: Andrew Luck threw his first TD pass of the preseason, helping the Colts get off to a fast start in a victory over the Rams in St. Louis. Nick Foles got his first TD pass in Week 3, too, hitting Chris Givens in stride on a 44-yard play in the second quarter for the Rams.
•DENVER 19, SAN FRANCISCO 12: Peyton Manning failed to get the Broncos into the end zone in seven possessions, but Denver rode its stifling defense and good ground game to a victory over the visiting 49ers. Manning was 14-for-21 for 124 yards and was sacked three times.
•N.Y. JETS 28, N.Y. GIANTS 18: Ryan Fitzpatrick threw two TD passes and Antonio Cromartie scored on a 59-yard interception return in the waning seconds of the first half in the visiting Jets' victory over the Giants.
•CLEVELAND 31, TAMPA BAY 7: Josh McCown finished two long drives with TD passes to lead the visiting Browns over the Buccaneers. Tampa Bay rookie QB Jameis Winston struggled, going 6-for-15 for 90 yards with an interception.
•WASHINGTON 31, BALTIMORE 13: Kirk Cousins filled in capably for injured quarterback Robert Griffin III, passing for 190 yards and a fluke touchdown as the Redskins beat the Ravens in Baltimore.