Posts tagged Mason Crosby
The Green Bay Packers don’t have too many bad contracts on the books, but they do have some. Here are the guys who aren’t worthy what they’re being paid. A Ted Thompson Hall of Shame, if you will.
Want to know exactly where the Green Bay Packers stand with their 2013 salary cap and how they might create more room? You won’t find more comprehensive analysis than this.
The Green Bay Packers are no longer at the bottom of the special teams barrel. That unit is ranked 12th in Rick Gosselin’s annual special team rankings, despite employing Mason Crosby.
The Green Bay Packers may actually have an advantage in the kicking game when they face the San Francisco 49ers. Yes, the 49ers situation is just that messy and so is their field.
Much is on the line when the Green Bay Packers face the Minnesota Vikings on Saturday. If you’re hoping the Packers don’t repeat last year’s playoff performance, here’s your need to know.
We look back at the Green Bay Packers 2012 season, hand out some awards and choose the best and worst players, games and plays.
Here’s what we took from the Green Bay Packers win over the Detroit Lions, including who the team MVP is and who the Packers best offensive lineman is.
Mason Crosby isn’t getting the job done and the Green Bay Packers need a new kicker. So what are they going to do? You guessed it! Not a damn thing!
The Green Bay Packers pulled out a 24-20 win over the Detroit Lions to improve to 7-3. The offense wasn’t pretty and neither was Mason Crosby, but the defense stepped up.
The Green Bay Packers used the surprise onside kick successfully against the Denver Broncos on Sunday, the third time in recent history they’ve done so. Coach Mike McCarthy is turning the onside kick into a weapon. Here’s why it’s smart.
Here’s a look at the Green Bay Packers final practice of training camp and our projected final roster. Here’s a look at who will make it and who won’t.
We’re back at Green Bay Packers training camp, where Jermichael Finley and Jordy Nelson are killing it, several injured players have returned to action and Vic So’oto has made a move up the depth chart.
It’s the last night practice of training camp. The Green Bay Packers decided to throw all the tourists off and change the schedule for the rest of the practices. They’ll now start at 11:15 a.m. Under pressure I know some of this could be attributed to [intlink id=”305″ type=”category”]Dom Capers[/intlink]’ defense, but the offense was […]
The Green Bay Packers have re-signed kicker Mason Crosby to a five-year deal that makes him one of the league’s top-paid kickers. All that for a guy who’s never hit 80 percent of his field goals in a season.
Once the new collective bargaining agreement is finished, the salary cap will return to the NFL and 2011’s cap will be lower than 2009’s. The cap is projected to be as high as $121 million, but could be as low as $117 million. The 2009 cap was $122 million. If the 2011 cap is $120 […]
Now that we know who the Green Bay Packers unrestricted free agents will be, we can tell you who’s likely to be back and who isn’t. For several players, the writing is on the wall — they’ve played their last game with the Packers. Here’s a look at who’s likely coming back and who’s likely […]
A new collective bargaining agreement could be coming soon, which means the godforsaken lockout, court cases and he said/she said bullshit that has been this NFL offseason might finally be over. Commissioner Roger Goodell presented the details of the proposed labor agreement to the owners on Tuesday. Although no vote was taken, the details make […]
Although the Green Bay Packers have given every indication they plan to re-sign kicker Mason Crosby, who will be a free agent when the lockout ends, things don’t always go according to plan. It’s conceivable, although probably not likely, another team will do something to pry Crosby away from the Packers. In that scenario, the team may be forced to turn to a familiar face — former kicker Ryan Longwell.
The Green Bay Packers are made some strange moves on Wednesday, when they tendered free-agents-to-be guard Daryn Colledge, kicker Mason Crosby and fullback John Kuhn.
Colledge and Crosby received second-round tenders and Kuhn received the lowest tender.
Here’s why all none of this makes any sense.
While several NFL teams have been slapping the franchise tag on their players, the Green Bay Packers won’t be using theirs.
There was speculation the Packers might use the tag on defensive end Cullen Jenkins or kicker Mason Crosby, both pending free agents, but Ted Thompson obviously thought the cost was too great.