From the Green Bay Press-Gazette… #Packers K Mason Crosby, LB Brad Jones will attend April 25 draft party, 6 pm at Curly’s Pub. Free, but seating first come, first served. — PackersNews.com (@PGPackersNews) April 18, 2013 #PACKERSmicroblog
The Packers have bid farewell to several popular veterans in order to save salary cap space. CD Angeli looks at the rest of the roster and analyzes who might be the next most likely players to leave Titletown in 2013.
San Francisco 49ers kicker David Akers is trying to persevere through a difficult season, similar to Mason Crosby of the Packers.
Time isn’t on the Packers’ side. Mason Crosby shouldn’t be allowed to work through his struggles as golfers do.
Packers K Mason Crosby still has the confidence of head coach Mike McCarthy. His ineptitude making kicks is reaching rare air, however.
The cries for Mason Crosby’s job may have gotten louder after Sunday. But Packers head coach Mike McCarthy isn’t hearing them. His comments Monday prove that Crosby is his kicker.
If you’re one of those folks screaming for Mason Crosby to get cut, I have news for you: it’s not happening soon. However, Crosby needs to fix what’s wrong or the definition of “soon” will change very quickly.
The Packers are quietly becoming the surprise onside kicking team of the NFL.
Mason Crosby would be advised to learn a lesson from the game of golf to improve his mechanics on long field goals.
The Green Bay Packers finished up their 2012 minicamp Thursday. We break down everything you need to know from the final event before training camp.
Aaron Rodgers drove the Packers the length of the field and Mason Crosby booted the game-winning field goal as the Packers beat the Giants 38-35 on Sunday.
Mason Crosby has made 16 straight regular season field goals dating back to last season. Can he keep up his high level of play when he has to play in the cold and outdoors later this year?
With Mason Crosby sidelined by an ankle injury, the Packers general manager said the team may add a kicker.
Linebacker Clay Matthews “tweaked a glute” and kicker Mason Crosby “tweaked an ankle,” according to head coach Mike McCarthy.
Mason Crosby talked about the NFL lockout, free agency, receiving his Super Bowl ring and his thoughts on player-ran workouts.
The kicker, set to be a free agent when the labor dispute is settled, tells FOX 11 in Green Bay he wants to remain a Packer.
Mason Crosby is a free agent. Only one kicker was drafted last weekend. So why won’t the Packers sign one of the top college kickers?