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Report: Crosby Agrees to Restructure Contract with Packers

After agreeing to a salary cut, it appears Mason Crosby is another step closer to keeping his job
USA Today is reporting Packers kicker Mason Crosby has agreed to a restructured contract for the 2013 season.

The report says Crosby will go from making $2.4 million this season to $800,000, with the chance to earn that money back by reaching roster and performance bonuses. 

Crosby will earn $400,000 if he is on the 43-man game day roster during week 5 and week 10 of the regular season, and the other $800,000 can be re-couped by "not likely to be earned" performance bonuses ties to field goal percentage.

The 7-year pro is coming off his worst season where he converted 63.6% of his field goal attempts, one season after setting a new career high with an 85.7% mark.

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