There were few standout performances in the Packers’ 40-10 loss to the Lions on Thanksgiving Day.
Tramon Williams and Mason Crosby were among the few bright spots for the Packers in their 27-13 loss to the Giants.
In yet another sign of how far Mason Crosby has come since last season’s struggles, the Packers kicker was named the NFC Special Teams Player of the Month for October, according to Randall Liu, the NFL’s Director of NFC Communications. Crosby converted on 13 of 15 field goals over the past four games and a [...]
Mason Crosby has silenced his doubters with a solid start to the season. Not many kickers would have gotten this kind of second chance, and he’s making the most of it with a spectacular season.
The Packers kicker will earn his first bonus this season if he’s on the 46-man game-day roster for this Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens.
NFC Special Teams Player of Week 5: @Packers K Mason Crosby (@CrosbyKicks2) — Randall Liu (@RLiuNFL) October 9, 2013 #PACKERSmicroblog
The redemption story of Mason Crosby has three pillars: Trust, motivation and technology. The Packers kicker is now back in a groove.
Mason Crosby, the Packers defense and the offensive line all had impressive performances from Sunday’s victory over the Lions.
Fans frustrated have predicted that one day, Mason Crosby will lose a game for the Packers. On Sunday, he may have lost a game for the Packers without even kicking.
So, Mason Crosby’s amazing 2011 season is now his benchmark for success this year? Let’s go inside the numbers and see just how impressive that season really was.
According to the Twitter account of recently cut Detroit Lions kicker Havard Rugland, a.k.a. “Kickalicious,” he was worked out by the Green Bay Packers on Friday… Had a great workout with Green bay this morning. Thankful for the opportunity — Håvard Rugland (@MrRugland) August 30, 2013 After agreeing to a restructured contract with Mason Crosby [...]
Crosby will reportedly earn $800,000 in base salary in 2013 with incentives to make $1.6 million more.
Mason Crosby is the Packers kicker, but should the Packers reconsider they are now free to re-sign either of the kickers who competed with Crosby in training camp. Former #Packers kickers Giorgio Tavecchio and Zach Ramirez both cleared waivers today. — Paul Imig (@PaulImig) August 28, 2013 #PACKERSmicroblog
On Monday the Packers released Mason Crosby’s main camp competitor, Georgio Tavecchio. Crosby did not take the competition change lightly though, out performing Rookie Zach Rameriz at practice on Tuesday. Correction. Ramirez actually went 6 of 16 today. Ouch. Tavecchio didn’t miss back2backs all month. Crosby is 14 of 14.. — Tyler Dunne (@TyDunne) August [...]
With the cutdown date looming on Aug. 27, this will likely be the last game Mason Crosby and Giorgio Tavecchio play together.
Crosby misses 3 in a row from 42, 42 and 44. Made fourth from 44. — Mike Vandermause (@MikeVandermause) August 21, 2013 Just when it appeared as if Mason Crosby was turning things around and righting the ship, he had a forgettable training camp practice on Wednesday in Green Bay. While Crosby did miss three [...]
With news that the Buffalo Bills have released veteran Rian Lindell, discussion has turned to the Packers’ kicking game.
The Miami Dolphins cut veteran kicker Dan Carpenter Wednesday, which could open the door for the Packers to add more competition at the position.
In our worst-case scenario, Mason Crosby bottoms out. He can’t seem to hit the broad side of a barn with his kicks and is eventually cut.