Randall Cobb uses Toy Story to confirm he's signing with the Cowboys

Cobb is leaving Green Bay after eight seasons with the Packers, where he recorded 470 career catches for 5,524 yards and 41 touchdowns. The news came after he had visited with Dallas and he will fill a void with the departure of slot receiver Cole Beasley.

Vander Esch and the 2018 draft class provided the Cowboys with 3 starters by the end of the season and guys the Cowboys will look to take huge leaps forward heading into 3019.

Free agent wide receiver Randall Cobb has a new team. He went on to becoming a top player, earning himself a spot in the 2014 Pro Bowl.

Their wide receivers heading into the upcoming season include Amari Cooper, Gallup, Randall Cobb, Hurns, and Austin. As another receiver who operates out of the slot, Cobb could be a natural replacement for some of Beasley's routes.

The 28-year-old has spent all eight of his National Football League seasons with the Packers.

After finishing up the four-year, $40 million contract he signed in the 2015 offseason, Cobb enters the upcoming season in Dallas on the heels of an injury-plagued 2018 campaign.

If healthy, the Cowboys are likely hoping he could bring the type of numbers he had in 2014 when he brought in 91 catches for almost 1,300 yards and 12 touchdowns. "I guess I just miss my friend".

In signing Cobb, the Cowboys acquire a player who performed well against them, going 4-1 vs. Dallas in the regular season and playoffs combined.

So, while Cobb unfortunately never captured a ring with the Packers, he does leave the team still holding a distinction that no other player in National Football League history can claim.