July 24, 2024

GENUS HERO: Randall Cobb in serious tears” after explaining what his family went through in fire…

Tennessee’s Nashville Randall Cobb, an NFL wide receiver with experience, is expressing gratitude to Nashville firefighters for saving his family from a house fire. Cobb posted a video and statement on social media on Wednesday confirming the safety and well-being of his family, including their dog. Cobb expressed his gratitude to the fire department for their prompt response.

Cobb added, “I can’t get the picture of the courageous firefighter lining up out of my mind; he didn’t even have water to shoot yet.” I genuinely believed he would perish in this disaster and that the automobiles would blow up. He truly is a hero. A contact from The Associated Press on Thursday elicited no immediate response from the Nashville Fire Department.

Cobb said they didn’t know what, if anything, will be salvageable. He thanked close friends for giving them a temporary roof for himself, his wife and their children. His post included video and photos of the home’s damaged garage, including a vehicle, capped by a photo of his wife and children safely in bed.

A 13-year NFL veteran, Cobb currently is a free agent. A second-round pick in 2011 out of Kentucky by Green Bay, the Tennessee native spent last season with the New York Jets. He played 10 seasons with the Packers along with a season in Dallas and Houston

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