And there’s little doubt he knows what he’s in town to do – get physical.
“I definitely think that is how I’m going to stay around, if I stay around,’’ Cobb said. “I know what I am here for, so the biggest thing for me right now is to continue to get stronger, continue to stay healthy, and just learn pass pro and different things about the offense.
“But I also have to continue to play fast and be physical.”
Cobb, who ran for 2,885 yards in his final two college seasons at Minnesota, has looked sturdy in the past two practices with pads.
While running back Bishop Sankey got a heavy workload in Monday night’s practice, Cobb was also active for the second straight day.
Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt said he’s been impressed with Cobb so far. Another one of Cobb’s strength’s is pass protection which is very important in terms of a young back getting on the field. Sankey's job should be safe as the main ball carrier but Cobb's running style sounds like it could cost Sankey owners some goal line TD chances.