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No replacing Nelson
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb runs the ball as New England Patriots defensive back Robert McClain defends during an NFL preseason game at Gillette Stadium Aug. 13 in Foxborough, Mass. The Packers will have to replace No. 1 receiver Jordy Nelson after he suffered a season-ending knee injury. (AP photo)
GREEN BAY (AP) - The task of finding receivers who will fill the void left by Jordy Nelson's season-ending injury has started in earnest in Green Bay. Coach Mike McCarthy said no one man can pick up the slack. Randall Cobb caught 91 passes last year from MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers, second on the team to Nelson's 98.