Aaron Rodgers is getting the band Pack together with the New York Jets.
The Jets have been busy signing all of Rodgers' former Packers teammates this offseason. They hired his former offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett earlier this year.
Rodgers gets to throw passes to Allen Lazard, and he will have a familiar face in the quarterback room, as the Jets signed Tim Boyle.
Earlier this week, the Jets brought in former Packers offensive lineman Billy Turner.
And now, another Packers teammate is joining Rodgers in New York.
Aaron Rodgers is getting the band Pack together: Jets sign Randall Cobb
There will be another familiar target for Rodgers in the passing game this season. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Jets are signing veteran wide receiver Randall Cobb.
This might be the least surprising bit of news you'll hear all offseason.
There's no doubting Cobb's chemistry with Rodgers. The two have connected countless times for the Packers, regularly for game-winners against the Chicago Bears. Cobb is a great teammate and leader in the locker room, making him a smart signing for the Jets.
Cobb is a receiver Rodgers often goes to in must-have situations. In his second run with the Packers, Cobb made 62 receptions, of which 40 went for first downs, according to Pro Football Reference.
When it's a crucial third down or must-have moment, Rodgers tends to lean on the receivers he trusts the most. Often, it's Randall Cobb.
Cobb gets another opportunity to win a Super Bowl, and one he deserves. He was drafted by the Packers just a couple of months after they won their most recent championship.
After years of loyalty and great play for the Packers, it's fitting he gets to join Rodgers for one last run at a Super Bowl in New York.