GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) - Less than a month ago, Packers receiver Randall Cobb was spotted at airport by the Athletic's Michael Cohen wearing a walking boot.
Packers receiver Randall Cobb interacts with kids at his football camp held at Notre Dame High School in Green Bay.
Cobb told Cohen he was dealing with an ankle injury.
Wednesday while at his kids football camp Cobb in fact was not in a walking boot and even ran some drills.
WBAY Sports Director Chris Roth asked Cobb about his injury:
Roth: "Unexpected to see you in a walking boot so what's the story behind the walking boot?"
Cobb: "I was in a walking boot for protection. I'll get into that here soon when training camp rolls around."
Roth: "Will you be involved in training camp?"
Cobb: "I will be involved in training camp when training camp comes around."
Roth: "Will there be any restrictions on you?"
Cobb: "I don't know I haven't talked to the medical staff we'll see what they have to say."
Roth: "You look pretty spry right now."
Cobb: "I look great. I feel great."
Cobb his hosting a two-day football camp for kids at Notre Dame Academy in Green Bay. For about $150, kids in grades 1 through 8 get some hands-on instruction from Cobb and coaches to hone their skills.
Kids also got to play some no-contact games, and received a cookbook with Cobb's favorite kid-friendly recipes.
"It's always a lot of fun just being around them. The biggest thing for me with them at the camp is just teaching them the fundamentals of football, and the cooperation of working with different people and the teamwork you build through football," Cobb said.
The Green Bay Packers start their pro football camp on Thursday, July 26.