Crosby has discovered a new group. He will be kicking for a team other than the Green Bay Packers for the first time in his 17-year career.
According to NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo, the Los Angeles Rams plan to sign Crosby to their practice squad this week with the goal of promoting him to the NFL roster.
The #Rams are signing veteran K Mason Crosby to their practice squad with the intention of moving him up to the active roster in the near future, source says. After 16 years kicking for the #Packers, the 39-year-old Crosby will suit up for his second NFL team. pic.twitter.com/1N1JdQX9Mr
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) December 6, 2023
After going 25-for-29 on field goal attempts with the Packers in the previous season, the 39-year-old has not participated in any games. The Rams, New Orleans Saints, and New York Giants have all worked out with him this season, although those teams did not see him right away.
Throughout the season, Crosby has consistently stated that he is prepared to rejoin the league. He will now be able to play for a team that is in the NFC postseason race alongside the Packers.
Crosby was a member of the 2011 Packers squad that won the Super Bowl and holds the record for most points scored by the club (1,918).
With 733 extra points, he has also scored the most in his Packers career.