The Packers will have some stability at the kicker position for the next few years.
Kicker Mason Crosby has agreed to a three-year contract with the Packers, per his agent Mike McCartney, who announced the deal Saturday evening on Twitter.
Per ESPN, the deal is for $12.9 million, with Crosby receiving $6 million in 2020 and $9.5 million through year 2 of his contract.
Crosby is coming off one of the most successful seasons in his 13-year career, converting on 22 of his 24 field goal tries (91.7 percent), while missing just one point-after attempt.
At 35, Crosby has been a consistent force for the Packers. He’s Green Bay’s all-time leading scorer and owns the seven-longest field goals in team history.
Per his contract, Crosby will be with the team through the 16th season in his career.