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Green Bay Packers kicker Mason Crosby has restructured his contract a source with knowledge of the situation confirmed to Shutdown Corner on Thursday.
Crosby had been scheduled to earn $2.4 million in base salary during the 2013 season. Under the restructured contract Crosby will earn $800000 in base salary which will be fully guaranteed if he's on the team's roster on Saturday Sept. 7. Crosby can make up the $1.6 million difference via roster bonuses throughout the season and through performance incentives.
The remaining two years of Crosby's contract were not changed.
Following the 2011 lockout Crosby signed a five-year $14.75 million contract that included $3 million in guaranteed money. Crosby responded by establishing a career-high 85.7 percent field goal percentage and pumped 49 kickoffs for touchbacks. Crosby struggled in 2012 however connecting on just 63.6 percent of his field goal attempts. Though Crosby would finish the season on a strong note his future wi...
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Brian McIntyre of Yahoo! Sports reported Thursday that Crosby has agreed to restructure his contract, according to a source with knowledge of the situation. Mason was scheduled to make $2.4 million in base salary this season, but reworked a deal were he will receive $800,000 in base pay. Those earning are fully guaranteed if he makes […]
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According to Brian McIntyre of Yahoo! Sports, the Green Bay Packers have restructured the contract of kicker Mason Crosby.
Crosby had been scheduled to earn $2.4 million in base salary during the 2013 season. Under the restructured contract, Crosby will earn $800,000 in base salary, which will be fully guaranteed if he’s on the team’s roster on Saturday, Sept. 7. Crosby can...
Mason Crosby beat out Giorgio Tavecchio and Zach Ramirez to retain his job as the Green Bay Packers' kicker. Now, Crosby will have to outperform the 2012 version of himself if he's going to get paid this season the way he expected to.
Crosby accepted a restructured contract with the Packers that lowers his 2013 salary from 2.4 million down to 800,000. Crosby's new contract...
Brian McIntyre of Yahoo Sports reports that the Green Bay Packers restructured K Mason Crosby’s contract.
Crosby, 28, was set to make a base salary of $2.4 million for the upcoming season, but Packers were able to renegotiate that figure down to an $800,000 base salary, according to McIntyre.
Crosby’s new salary is fully guaranteed if he’s still on the roster to start...
Mason Crosby (Photo Credit: AP)
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- It would appear that Mason Crosby has won the Green Bay Packers' kicking competition.
As part of the Packers' roster cuts to get down to 75 players by Tuesday's deadline, Green Bay released kicker Zach Ramirez. After cutting their original challenger, Giorgio Tavecchio, on Monday, it leaves only one kicker left on the roster: Crosby.
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The Green Bay Packers and kicker Mason Crosby agreed on a restructured contract Thursday, reports Brian McIntyre of Shutdown Corner. Crosby was scheduled to earn $2.4 million in base salary during the 2013 season. Under the restructured contract, Crosby will earn $800,000 in
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