Part of the reason why Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is so good is because he has talented players to work with. The only problem with having good players to work with is that they eventually expect to be paid what they are worth.
If Green Bay is going to pay Randall Cobb what he is worth it is going to cost the team a pretty penny:
Last month was told Cobb was seeking $9 mil/year. @TomSilverstein says it's now $12M. Price could've gone up after gauging interest in Indy— Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) March 2, 2015