Mason Crosby K GB 9 Months
The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel expects K Mason Crosby to face competition this offseason.
Over the last five years, Crosby has never had to deal with another kicker on the Packers' roster. But during one 10-game stretch last season, he missed 12-of-24 field goals. Green Bay is trying out Michael Bernard, a former Division III kicker, on Monday.
Mason Crosby K GB 12 Months
Coach Mike McCarthy gave struggling K Mason Crosby another vote of confidence following Sunday's win over the Bears.
Crosby went 0-for-2 Sunday and is now a pathetic 17-of-29 (58.6 percent) on the season. He's been given two votes of confidence in the last four weeks. "We're not changing our kicker, so you can write that down right now," McCarthy said. "He's our guy." Fantasy owners should have moved on awhile ago.
Mason Crosby K GB Nov 04 '12
Struggling Packers K Mason Crosby said he isn't even going to kick a football during the bye week.
Crosby missed another field goal in Week 9 and is now just 10-of-14 on the season. "I'm just going to mentally just take a breather and come back strong after the bye," he said. Fantasy owners shouldn't take up a roster spot with Crosby during Week 10.
Mason Crosby K GB Jul 09 '12
Special teams coach Shawn Slocum believes K Mason Crosby is "at the pinnacle of his career."
Crosby is brimming with confidence after going 24-for-28 on field goals last season. "He's been here five years, and physically, he's in the best shape he's ever been in, mentally he's probably in the best shape he's ever been in," Slocum said. Crosby is a top-five fantasy option at the kicker spot.
Mason Crosby K GB May 18 '12
Mason Crosby surpassed 80 percent in field-goal efficiency for the first time in his career last season.
Crosby was one of the NFL's most valuable kickers, converting 85.7 percent of his field goals while finishing third in the league with 49 touchbacks and fourth with 140 points. As a proven cold-weather kicker, Crosby's job security is as high as it's ever been.
Mason Crosby K GB Aug 10 '11
Packers K Mason Crosby has been sidelined since Friday due to a sprained ankle.
The Packers haven't revealed if the damage is to Crosby's kicking or plant leg. Either way, Crosby isn't walking with a noticeable limp. We can rule out a high ankle sprain even though the Packers may be forced to sign a kicker off the street for Saturday's preseason opener.
Mason Crosby K GB Jul 22 '11
The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel's Bob McGinn fully expects free agent K Mason Crosby and FG John Kuhn to re-sign with the Packers.
Both players want to return to Green Bay, and the Packers will make a fair offer. Though Crosby has been inconsistent, he's a proven cold-weather kicker, which is no small detail in the Packers' eyes.
Mason Crosby K GB Jun 20 '11
Re-signing free agent K Mason Crosby is a priority for the Packers, according to the Press-Gazette.
Crosby is a four-year veteran, so we're not certain yet if he'll be an unrestricted free agent. Either way, expect Crosby back in Green Bay. Despite failing to top 80 percent during any season in his career, the Packers are high on his upside.