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  Vikings | Minnesota to work out David Cobb    Fri Aug 11, 08:41 PM

Free-agent RB David Cobb (Bears) is scheduled to work out for the Minnesota Vikings Saturday, Aug. 12.

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  Bears | Six Bears waived    Mon May 1, 04:17 PM

Chicago Bears RB Bralon Addison, WR Dres Anderson, CB De'Vante Bausby, RB David Cobb, CB Jacoby Glenn and TE Justin Perillo were waived Monday, May 1.

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  Bears | Chicago signs slew of players    Tue Jan 3, 04:43 PM

Chicago Bears WR Dres Anderson, CB De'Vante Bausby, RB David Cobb, C Cornelius Edison, CB Jacoby Glenn, OT William Poehls, CB Rashaad Reynolds and OG Cyril Richardson were signed to Reserve/Futures contracts Tuesday, Jan. 3.

Footballguys view: David Cobb is a natural runner, but he's bounced around the league in a short amount of time. He runs with some power, but Cobb lacks the juice in his legs to crank out yards on the ground consistently at the pro level.

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  Bears | Chicago adds David Cobb to practice squad    Tue Oct 25, 01:12 PM

Free-agent RB David Cobb (Steelers) was signed by the Chicago Bears on Tuesday, Oct. 25, and added to their practice squad.

Footballguys view: Cobb gives the team some depth at the position, but we've lost faith in him from a dynasty perspective. He's a natural runner with some power, but Cobb lacks the juice to make an impact at the pro level. Cobb is simply not fast or quick enough to gash defenders in the NFL.

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  Browns | Four players try out for Cleveland    Sat Oct 22, 10:33 AM

Free-agent RB David Cobb (Steelers), RB Terrence Magee (Seahawks), OG Trevor Robinson (Chargers) and OT Darrion Weems (Broncos) tried out with the Cleveland Browns earlier this week.

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  Colts | David Cobb works out    Tue Oct 18, 10:50 PM

Free-agent RB David Cobb (Titans) worked out for the Indianapolis Colts on Tuesday, Oct. 18.

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  Jaguars | David Cobb works out for Jacksonville    Mon Oct 17, 07:16 PM

Free-agent RB David Cobb (Steelers) worked out for the Jacksonville Jaguars Monday, Oct. 17, according to a source.

Footballguys view: Cobb has natural instincts for running the football, but he lacks the burst to make a difference at the pro level.

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  Steelers | David Cobb let go    Tue Oct 11, 06:33 PM

Pittsburgh Steelers RB David Cobb was released Tuesday, Oct. 11.

Footballguys view: Cobb has bounced around the league during his short pro career. He has good instincts for running the ball, but Cobb doesn't have the burst or speed to make much of an impact at the pro level.

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  Steelers | David Cobb joins Steelers    Wed Sep 7, 10:55 AM

Free-agent RB David Cobb (Titans) was signed to the Pittsburgh Steelers' practice squad Wednesday, Sept. 7.

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  Steelers | David Cobb expected to sign    Wed Sep 7, 02:57 AM

Updating a previous report, the Pittsburgh Steelers are expected to sign free-agent RB David Cobb (Titans) to their practice squad, according to ESPN's Jeremy Fowler.

Footballguys view: Cobb could be an upgrade from Fitzgerald Toussaint if he is called up the 53-man roster. He's a good all-around back. File his name away if injuries strike the Steelers backfield again this year.

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  Steelers | Pittsburgh works out David Cobb    Mon Sep 5, 08:48 PM

Free-agent RB David Cobb (Titans) worked out for the Pittsburgh Steelers Monday, Sept. 5, according to a source. Cobb has also met with the New England Patriots, Kansas City Chiefs and New York Jets.

Footballguys view: Teams are just updating their emergency lists. Cobb is a powerful and instinctive runner but he's not fast or overly quick. The Titans picked him in the fifth round of the draft last year, but they decided to let him go.

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  Patriots | David Cobb works out for Patriots    Fri Sep 2, 04:29 PM

Free-agent RB David Cobb (Titans) worked out for the New England Patriots Friday, Sept. 2, but the Patriots will not sign him at this point because they want to see who will be available on the waiver wire first.

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  Titans | David Cobb let go    Tue Aug 30, 04:07 PM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb was waived Tuesday, Aug. 30.

Footballguys view: The Titans backfield was jam-packed with the free agent addition of DeMarco Murray and the second-round selection of Derrick Henry this year. Cobb is an instinctive runner but he lacks the quickness or burst to be a successful pro back. He was competing with Antonio Andrews and Bishop Sankey for a low spot on the depth chart.

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  Titans | Antonio Andrews in lead for No. 3 RB job    Fri Aug 26, 05:12 PM

Tennessee Titans RB Antonio Andrews has a slight edge on RBs David Cobb and Bishop Sankey for the No. 3 running back job in part because of his special teams play, according to head coach Mike Mularkey.

Footballguys view: Andrews was very good last year on a bad team, and in the event of injuries to Demarco Murray and Derrick Henry, he could fit well in the run-heavy approach of the Mike Mularkey Titans. Cobb would likely get picked up quickly if the Titans decide to let him go. Bishop Sankey is a mere afterthought at this point.

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  Titans | Bishop Sankey performing well    Fri Jun 3, 03:39 PM

Tennessee Titans RB Bishop Sankey has made some solid plays during offseason workouts, and head coach Mike Mularkey said he believes the competition at the position has improved the play of several of the running backs. Sankey is expected to compete with RBs Antonio Andrews and David Cobb for roster spots during training camp.

Footballguys view: We'll believe when we see it. Sankey has been a total bust for the Titans, and he's buried on the depth chart. The Titans are going to use an "exotic smashmouth" backfield featuring both DeMarco Murray and rookie Derrick Henry.

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  Titans | David Cobb has lost weight    Mon May 30, 05:39 PM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb has lost seven pounds compared to what he weighed last season. Cobb said it's been nice to have time to get healthy and is motivated because of it.

Footballguys view: We still have an appreciation for Cobb as a runner, but with the addition of DeMarco Murray and rookie Derrick Henry he's 3rd on the depth chart at best. We'll see if this lighter version of Cobb is able to impress during camp and the preseason. Fantasy owners spend a lot of time considering top players on the depth chart, but just know that if injuries hit the Titans RB position Cobb has the talent to be a starting RB.

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  Titans | David Cobb leads rushing game    Sun Jan 3, 05:57 PM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb ran for 73 yards on 19 carries Sunday, Jan. 3, in a 30-24 loss to the Indianapolis Colts.

Footballguys view: It was Cobb's best outing of the year and it still wasn't overwhelming. He has opportunity going for him next year and Cobb could have a second-year renaissance post-injury a la Charles Sims.

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  Titans | Bishop Sankey receives praise    Tue Dec 29, 12:14 PM

Tennessee Titans RB Bishop Sankey received some praise from the coaching staff after the Week 16 loss. He led all Titans running backs with 30 snaps, although he ran just twice for seven yards and added three catches for a career-high 43 yards. Sankey had just two carries the previous nine weeks, and head coach Mike Mularkey said Sankey will continue to see more time in Week 17. Mularkey also feels that RB David Cobb is improving, but Cobb had only seven carries for 18 yards against the Houston Texans. RB Antonio Andrews lost an early fumble, and Mularkey didn't seem to have much enthusiasm for him.

Footballguys view: Sankey's dynasty value is low, but the team may still want to give him a shot to prove himself as a change-of-pace back.

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  Titans | Antonio Andrews to share more this week    Thu Dec 3, 02:53 PM

Tennessee Titans RB Antonio Andrews and RB David Cobb will divide carries this week more than at any point this year, according to head coach Mike Mularkey.

Footballguys view: While the matchup is actually quite good, Andrews won't get enough carries to warrant a start higher than RB4.

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  Titans | David Cobb to see more carries    Tue Dec 1, 12:08 PM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb will see more carries as the team wants to establish the running game, according to head coach Mike Mularkey. Cobb has just seven carries the last two games.

Footballguys view: We like the rookie's natural talent, although you haven't been able to see much of it over the last two weeks. We'll see if he shines with a larger opportunity. With more Cobb in the mix, then Antonio Andrews could see his touches cut into.

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  Titans | More time for Bishop Sankey, David Cobb    Mon Nov 23, 01:09 PM

Tennessee Titans RBs Bishop Sankey and David Cobb should receive more playing time with RB Dexter McCluster (knee) sidelined for a few weeks, according to interim head coach Mike Mularkey.

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  Titans | Quiet debut for David Cobb    Thu Nov 19, 11:58 PM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb lost three yards on four carries in a 19-13 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 11.

Footballguys view: Cobb isn't going to displace Antonio Andrews if Andrews is healthy. Cobb's redraft value is close to nil.

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  Titans | David Cobb to make debut    Thu Nov 19, 11:14 AM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb (calf) will make his season debut Thursday, Nov. 19, against the Jacksonville Jaguars. RB Antonio Andrews will start, and Cobb will be mixed in.

Footballguys view: We'd watch this closely to see what the split is, but we'd also avoid starting anyone here. "Starting" does not mean "getting all the carries" so Andrews remains no more than an RB4 start and Cobb is too unknown to risk as even that much.

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  Titans | David Cobb could play    Mon Nov 16, 03:53 PM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb (calf) has a chance to play against the Jacksonville Jaguars Thursday, Nov. 19, according to head coach Mike Mularkey.

Footballguys view: We'd love to see Cobb eventually win the starting job. He reported a bit overweight, but Cobb is the best natural runner on the Titans roster. Cobb is efficient and determined between the tackles. Dynasty owners should be excited about his future, and re-draft owners should add him as a speculative pickup in deeper leagues.

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  Titans | David Cobb inactive Sunday    Sun Nov 15, 12:03 PM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb (calf) is inactive for Week 10's game against the Carolina Panthers.

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  Titans | Week 10 inactives for Tennessee    Sun Nov 15, 11:34 AM

The Tennessee Titans have declared RB David Cobb, CB Jason McCourty, WR Kendall Wright, DL Mike Martin, CB Perrish Cox, OG Quinton Spain, DL Ropati Pitoitua inactive for Week 10.

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  Titans | David Cobb's workload unknown    Wed Nov 11, 06:49 PM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb (calf) was activated from the short-term Reserve/Injured list this week, but interim head coach Mike Mularkey is unsure how much Cobb might play moving forward. Cobb has battled weight issues recently, but he said that he's down to 225 pounds. With Cobb back on the roster, Mularkey left open the possibility that RB Bishop Sankey could be inactive in Week 10 against the Carolina Panthers.

Footballguys view: Sankey is basically a dead man walking on this team. Cobb is going to have trouble carving out a fantasy-friendly role with Antonio Andrews playing well and Dexter McCluster dominating pass downs.

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  Titans | David Cobb activated    Wed Nov 11, 10:42 AM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb (calf) was activated from Injured Reserve designated to return Wednesday, Nov. 11. QB Charlie Whitehurst was cut to make room for him.

Footballguys view: Cobb is still behind Antonio Andrews and Dexter McCluster for touches, so he's only a pickup in deeper leagues.

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  Titans | David Cobb likely to return next week    Thu Nov 5, 07:00 PM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb (calf) is likely to be activated from the short-term Reserve/Injured list next week, according to interim head coach Mike Mularkey.

Footballguys view: He could step right into the starting job. Antonio Andrews is a plodder (and an RB4 this week against New Orleans), and Dexter McCluster is no more than a scat back and a low-end RB4 start.

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  Titans | David Cobb overweight    Mon Nov 2, 05:46 PM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb was overweight when he reported to last week's weigh-in. It could be a factor in determining whether or not Cobb receives carries right away when he returns.

Footballguys view: That's not what you want to hear as Cobb is close to getting to the field. We love his natural talent, power and instinct for running the ball...and we feel he's easily the best back for the Titans. If Cobb gets in shape and earns the starting job, he could be a nice RB2/flex play for fantasy owners.

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  Titans | David Cobb worth stashing away?    Wed Oct 28, 10:29 PM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb (calf) took a full load as the scout team running back Wednesday, Oct. 28. He is eligible to play as early as Nov. 8 in the Week 9 game against the New Orleans Saints. Beat writer Paul Kuharsky expects Cobb to eventually become the back to break through for a higher percentage of the carries.

Footballguys view: Cobb might be the best back in Tennessee but the team loves that running back by committee, which is going to hurt his value. That said, we believe the cream will rise to the top and we love Cobb's tenacity and power when running inside. Cobb grinds down the opposition, getting stronger as the game goes on. He's worth a bench pickup if you have room in case he pops.

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  Titans | David Cobb returns to practice    Thu Oct 22, 11:43 AM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb (calf) returned to practice Wednesday, Oct. 21. He's eligible to return Nov. 8 against the New Orleans Saints.

Footballguys view: Cobb hasn't been a factor because of injury and now returns to a crowded and ineffective backfield. He should be able to take over as the starter in a short amount of time. We like Cobb's willingness and power when running inside. The rookie can grind down an opponent, and he gets stronger as the game goes on. Add him now if you've got the bench space for a preemptive pickup.

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  Titans | David Cobb could return next week    Mon Oct 12, 05:13 PM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb (calf) said the plan is for him to return to practice next week.

Footballguys view: We love the rookie's upside as a potential starter. Cobb is a powerful runner who wastes little motion with the ball in his hands. He can grind down an opponent as the game goes on, and Cobb gets stronger with more carries. He is eligible to play against the New Orleans Saints in Week 9 as he is currently on the short-term Reserve/Injured list.

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  Titans | David Cobb to IR    Sun Sep 6, 05:33 PM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb (calf) was placed on the injured reserve/designated to return list Sunday, Sept. 6. He can return to practice after six weeks and play after eight weeks.

Footballguys view: Cobb isn't worth drafting with that long of a wait for his services. At best, he'll be the lead member of a committee in a weak offense when he does take the field, so he won't be a priority waiver wire pickup until at most a week before his likely return.

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  Titans | David Cobb considered week-to-week    Sat Aug 29, 10:08 AM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb (calf) is considered week-to-week because of a calf injury, according to head coach Ken Whisenhunt.

Footballguys view: We like Cobb's potential as a starter, but this calf injury is holding him back. The Titans are turning to Bishop Sankey as their starter, and Cobb will have to wait in order to push him for playing time.

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  Titans | David Cobb's work ethic under fire    Fri Aug 28, 01:17 PM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb (calf) needs to improve his work ethic, according to running backs coach Sylvester Croom. 'I like his natural running ability, his natural running instincts,' Croom said. 'But he has a long way to go. He has to learn how to be a pro as far as work ethic, taking care of his body, getting in here early and doing the little things it takes to be a pro. He still hasn't quite learned what being professional means, so he has to learn that. There's no scholarships here, and his work ethic has to be better. He has to learn to practice like you play in a game. Once he does that, he has a chance to be a good football player.'

Footballguys view: It's an interesting take, as he didn't have that question coming out of college. A lot of backs struggle with the transition from college to the NFL, as it's much different world. Hopefully he gets his act together and sees being left home for the third preseason game as the wake-up call it should be. We like Cobb for down the road this season, but he has to wake up. Right now he's an RB4 and he's behind Bishop Sankey.

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  Titans | David Cobb out with calf injury    Fri Aug 28, 10:30 AM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb (calf) didn't make the trip for the third preseason game due to a calf injury.

Footballguys view: That's not a great sign for his chances to take the job outright. Most people expect Bishop Sankey to begin the season as a starter, with Cobb to slowly gain more and more carries over the course of the season. Both Cobb and Sankey are hovering in the RB4 rankings (with Cobb dipping into RB5 territory a little), and they are going virtually back to back in round eight of fantasy drafts right now. Your have to pick your poison with these two and hope for the best. Cobb has the upside, but rookie risk while Sankey has been unremarkable in his brief career.

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  Titans | David Cobb works with starters    Sun Aug 23, 11:33 PM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb saw some work with the first-team offense in a preseason game against the St. Louis Rams Sunday, Aug. 23, finishing with 26 yards on eight carries.

Footballguys view: We'll see if Cobb can eventually replace Bishop Sankey as the starter for the Titans. We like Cobb's powerful running style and feel that he'd be more productive than Sankey. Cobb can grind down opponents as the game goes on, and he is tough to bring down when he builds a head of steam. This RB battle is worth keeping an eye on--especially for those looking for late-round RB punch on their fantasy team.

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  Titans | David Cobb to overtake Bishop Sankey?    Sat Aug 22, 02:59 PM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb could end up with more carries than RB Bishop Sankey by the end of the season, according to Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com.

Footballguys view: Right now the two are ranked about the same by the Footballguys staff, with Sankey just a little further ahead. Right now, Cobb is trending just ahead of Sankey in ADP, with the former going in round eight and Sankey getting drafted in early round nine.

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  Titans | David Cobb to receive a look    Thu Aug 20, 12:37 PM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb will receive an extended look in the second preseason game Sunday, Aug. 23, according to head coach Ken Whisenhunt.

Footballguys view: If it looks anything like Week 1 of the preseason, expect Cobb to overtake Bishop Sankey. He's worth an upside pick in the second half of your draft.

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  Titans | GM impressed with David Cobb    Wed Aug 19, 02:36 PM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb has performed well during training camp and has shown good vision and footwork, according to general manager Ruston Webster. 'David Cobb has kind of shown what we saw from him at the Senior Bowl and in college, his ability to run the football, his vision and his feet. If he continues along that path he can help us,' Webster said.

Footballguys view: Another day, and another positive report about Cobb. We like the rookie's skill set as a banger between the tackles--and as the eventual feature back. Cobb is determined, efficient and powerful as a runner. He lacks the speed to gash defenses, but he can grind down opponents and gets stronger as the game goes on. Cobb may begin the season as a backup behind Bishop Sankey, but he could overtake him as the starter at some point.

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  Titans | David Cobb wants more work     Tue Aug 18, 06:56 PM

Tennessee Titans rookie RB David Cobb wants to prove to the Titans that he can be a three-down running back. Cobb wants to stay on the field and block during passing downs, not just run the ball.

Footballguys view: We want Cobb to get more work too! The rookie is a powerful back with an efficient and determined running style. We like him better than Bishop Sankey, and fantasy owners shouldn't be surprised if (when?) Cobb takes over as the Titans lead back.

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  Titans | David Cobb critiques himself    Mon Aug 17, 03:32 PM

Tennessee Titans rookie RB David Cobb said he wants to improve on his reads and breaking tackles after the Titans' first preseason game. Head coach Ken Whisenhunt must have seen something different, saying Cobb earned more time with the first-team offense after his performance.

Footballguys view: Fantasy owners need to be alert here. Bishop Sankey could begin the season as the starter, but we believe Cobb is the better back and could take over at some point this year. Cobb is a powerful, efficient and determined runner. He's not going to break ankles, but he may break facemasks. He doesn't shy away from contact, and Cobb can create his own space as a runner because of his powerful lower body. With a larger opportunity, the rookie could easily outperform his current ADP (RB48, 11.04) in 12-team PPR leagues.

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  Titans | David Cobb will see first-team reps    Sat Aug 15, 03:45 PM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb will probably receive some first-team repetitions throughout the preseason, according to head coach Ken Whisenhunt.

Footballguys view: Cobb is well on his way to overtaking Bishop Sankey. Sankey was a dud early on and Cobb destroyed 2nd and 3rd team defenders in the first preseason game. If this continues, Cobb should be a good flyer in the back half of drafts and Sankey could fall out.

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  Titans | David Cobb making presence felt    Wed Aug 5, 12:50 AM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb (quadriceps) was slowed during the offseason by a quadriceps injury, but he is back and showing off his physicality in training camp. He was active for the second straight day Tuesday, Aug. 4, and head coach Ken Whisenhunt has been impressed with the rookie.

Footballguys view: We really like Cobb's skill set, and it will be interesting to see if the rookie can win the starting job over second-year back Bishop Sankey. Cobb is a powerful runner who does a good job of grinding for yards after contact. There's not a lot of wiggle to his game, but he is patient and quickly makes decisions when a hole presents itself.

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  Titans | Committee to be used in TEN?    Mon Aug 3, 04:37 PM

Tennessee Titans RBs Bishop Sankey and David Cobb could lead a running back by committee this season, according to ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky. RBs Antonio Andrews and Dexter McCluster would also be in the mix.

Footballguys view: We think the Titans would be best to start Cobb over Sankey, but hey at least a RBBC featuring both gets them close. Cobb is a powerful and efficient runner who can grind down a defense. With rookie fullback Jalston Fowler blasting open holes in front of him, it could make for a nice rushing attack. Fantasy owners should stay away from the Titans backfield until we get more clarity about the starter and the split.

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  Titans | David Cobb missed time this offseason    Wed Jul 22, 08:27 AM

Tennessee Titans RB David Cobb (hamstring) missed much of the offseason with a hamstring injury.

Footballguys view: We like Cobb's power and determination as a runner. He's currently behind Bishop Sankey on the depth chart, but that could change if Cobb is healthy and impressive in camp. The rookie is unlikely to be a superstar in this league, but he could be a solid starter for the Titans.

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  Titans | Confidence high for Antonio Andrews    Mon Jun 22, 11:32 PM

Tennessee Titans RB Antonio Andrews feels confident he can crack the roster, and is shooting for a starting tailback job in training camp and the preseason. 'I am just going for a starting spot, whether it is Bishop Sankey, Dexter McCluster, David Cobb, Jalston Fowler or Connor Neighbors, I am just trying to be the No. 1 guy,' Andrews said.

Footballguys view: At 5'10" 225 pounds, Andrews is a swift runner who can blast through arm tackles. He's also an option as a return man. We like rookie David Cobb to eventually come through as the starter, but he'll have to beat out Bishop Sankey. The way Sankey looked last year, that might not be too difficult.

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