Mason Crosby



Experience: 14 years

Height: 6-1

Age: 35

Weight: 207 lbs

College: Colorado


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Pro Highlights:

  • With 1,469 career points, ranks No. 1 on the all-time franchise scoring list, having surpassed K Ryan Longwell (1,054) in 2015. Ranks No. 26 in NFL history in scoring.
  • Has not missed a game in his career, playing in 192 straight contests in the regular season, the second-longest streak in franchise history (QB Brett Favre, 255).
  • Is the all-time franchise leader in field goals (307), 50-yard field goals (34) and extra points (548).
  • Has kicked the seven longest field goals in franchise history (58-yarder in 2011, two 57-yarders in 2013, 56-yarders in 2010, 2011 and 2015, 55-yarder in 2014).
  • Is the only player in franchise history to record five FGs in a game three times in his career (Week 5 vs. Detroit in 2013, Week 11 at Minnesota in 2015, Week 2 vs. Minnesota in 2018). 
  • Became just the second player in franchise history (Longwell, at Atlanta, Nov. 13, 2005) to connect on two field goals of 50-plus yards in a regular-season game (two 52-yarders vs. Buffalo in 2018). Became the first NFL player to accomplish the feat at Lambeau Field.
  • Has led the team in scoring in a franchise-record 12 consecutive seasons (2007-18).
  • Registered a team-record 10 straight 100-point seasons (2007-16), one of only three players in NFL history to register 100-plus points in 10-plus consecutive seasons (Jason Elam, 16, 1993-2008; Adam Vinatieri, 13, 1996-2008).
  • Scored 1,267 points from 2007-16, which ranked No. 2 in NFL history for the most points by a player in his first 10 seasons behind only Patriots K Stephen Gostkowski (1,330, 2006-2015).
  • Is tied with Gostkowski for the most 100-point seasons (11) among active players.
  • Is one of only four players in NFL history to register three or more 140-point seasons (2007, 2011, 2013), joining Gostkowski (seven), Justin Tucker (four) and David Akers (three).
  • Reached the 1,000-point mark for his career in his 124th career game (Week 13 vs. New England in 2014), making him the third fastest to 1,000 points in NFL history (Gostkowski, 119; Gino Cappelletti, 121).
  • Has posted the top four single-season point totals without a TD in franchise annals.
  • Made at least one FG in 17 consecutive regular-season games from 2013-14, the longest streak in team history.
  • Connected on a team-record 23 consecutive field goals over a 15-game span in 2010-11, and has the two longest streaks in franchise history (19 straight in 2013-14).
  • Tied the single-game franchise record with five FGs (42, 47, 40, 42, 52) in 2014 at Minnesota in Week 11, also becoming the first player in NFL history to post five FGs of 40-plus yards in a game. 
  • Ranks No. 5 in the league with 34 field goals of 50-plus yards since 2007.
  • Set a franchise record with 68 extra points made in 2011, which is also the third most in NFL history behind only Denver's Matt Prater (75 in 2013) and Gostkowski (74 in 2007).
  • Has posted 349 touchbacks since entering the league in 2007, No. 6 in the NFL over that span.
  • Has had seven onside kicks recovered by the Packers since 2010, the most in the league over that span.
  • Has been named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week a team-record seven times in his career (Week 1, 2007; Week 1, 2010; Weeks 5 and 7, 2011; Week 5, 2013; Week 11, 2015; Week 6, 2018) and NFC Special Teams Player of the Month twice (November 2007, October 2013).
  • Scored in 142 consecutive regular-season games before seeing his streak snapped at Arizona in 2015, the second-longest streak in franchise history behind only Longwell (144 games, 1997-2005).
  • Holds the NFL postseason record for most consecutive FGs made with 23 straight from 2010-16. 
  • Has appeared in 18 playoff games with the Packers, the second most in team history behind only Favre (22).
  • Holds the franchise postseason record for most consecutive games with a point (18 games).
  • Has made 26 of 29 field goals (89.7 percent) in the postseason, a percentage that ranks No. 2 in NFL history among kickers with 25-plus attempts (John Kasay, 23 of 25, 92.0 percent).
  • Has scored 137 points during his career in the postseason, No. 1 in team history and No. 5 in NFL playoff annals. *