- With 1,145 career points, ranks No. 1 on the all-time franchise scoring list, having surpassed K Ryan Longwell (1,054) last season vs. Seattle in Week 2.
- Ranks No. 2 in NFL history for the most points by a player in his first nine seasons (1,145, 2007-15), trailing only Patriots K Stephen Gostkowski (1,179, 2006-2014).
- Is the all-time franchise leader in field goals (236), 50-yard field goals (27) and extra points (437).
- Has registered a franchise-record nine consecutive 100-point seasons, the longest active streak in the NFL.
- Is one of only three players in NFL history to register three or more 140-point seasons (2007, 2011, 2013), joining Gostkowski (six) 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).
- Holds 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.
- 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).
With 27 field goals of 50-plus yards since 2007, ranks tied for No. 4 in the league over that span.
- Ranks No. 1 in franchise history with a career PAT percentage of 99.1 (437-441).
- Tied the single-game franchise record with five FGs (42, 47, 40, 42, 52) last season at Minnesota in Week 11, becoming the first player in NFL history to post five FGs of 40-plus yards in a game.
- 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 New England’s Gostkowski (74 in 2007).
- Made 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).
- Has posted 226 touchbacks since entering the league in 2007, No. 8 in the NFL over that span.
- Has been named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week a team-record six times in his career (Week 1, 2007; Week 1, 2010; Weeks 5 and 7, 2011; Week 5, 2013; Week 11, 2015) and NFC Special Teams Player of the Month twice (November 2007, October 2013).
- Has not missed a game in his career, playing in 159 straight contests (including postseason), the longest current streak on the team.
- Scored in 142 consecutive regular-season games before seeing his streak snapped in Week 16 last season at Arizona, the second-longest streak in franchise history behind only Longwell (144 games, 1997-2005).
- Dating back to 2010, has made 20 consecutive FGs in the postseason, an NFL playoff record as he topped Akers’ mark of 19 in the 2015 postseason.
- Has scored 118 points during his career in the postseason, No. 1 in team history and No. 8 in NFL playoff annals
Established a total of 31 game, season and career records at Colorado, where he held the all-time records for points scored (307), FGs made (66) and attempted (88), PATs made (109) and attempted (117), FG percentage (75.0) and longest FG made (60 yards)…His FGs made, attempted and percentage also set Big 12 Conference career marks…Earned various first-team All-America honors his final two seasons and was a semifinalist for the Lou Groza Award his final three years, finishing runner-up after a superb 2005 campaign…Hit a 58-yard FG at Miami (Sept. 24) that season, the longest FG at “sea level” in NCAA Division I-A history without a tee, and one of four 50-plus FGs he made on the road that year…Made 10 of 14 FGs from 50-plus his sophomore and junior seasons combined before falling off that pace as a senior when he missed seven of nine from 50-plus, including attempts from 63 (vs. Montana State) and 65 (vs. Iowa State), the latter falling less than a yard short…Made two FGs of 50-plus in one game three times in his career…Missed only two PATs over his final three years in college, making 78 of 80, including 60 straight to conclude his career…Noted for his booming kickoffs as well, he recorded 138 touchbacks on 203 career kickoffs, including 88 that went through the end zone…Majored in communication…Senior season (2006): Was an All-American first-team selection by The NFL Draft Report, Pro Football Weekly and the Walter Camp Foundation, adding third-team honors from The Associated Press…Was an All-Big 12 Conference first-team choice for the third consecutive year, only the seventh player in school history to achieve that feat…Scored 76 points on 19 of 28 FGs and 19 of 19 PATs…Six of his misses were on long-range attempts (three from 50-59 yards, three from past 60 yards)…Only 15 of his 43 kickoffs were returned, with 11 of 27 touchbacks out of the end zone…The opposition’s average starting point after kickoffs was the 22-yard line…Tried first and only punt of his career in season opener vs. Montana St. (Sept. 2), good for 43 yards…Converted a 40-yard FG in second quarter vs. Colorado St. (Sept. 9), his 49th FG, to surpass Jeremy Aldrich for the most FGs in a CU career…With two FGs and one PAT at Missouri (Sept. 30), became school’s all-time leading scorer, besting previous record holder RB Eric Bieniemy (254 points)…Closed his career by becoming the first Colorado placekicker to play in the Senior Bowl, where he helped the North to a 27-0 win with nine points on three PATs and FGs of 38 and 21 yards…Junior season (2005): Became the first Colorado placekicker to earn consensus All-American first-team honors (AP, the Football Writers Association of America, Sporting News, The NFL Draft Report, SI.com, Walter Camp and Rivals.com.)…Runner-up for the Lou Groza Award by just six points to Oregon State’s Alexis Serna…Unanimous All-Big 12 first-team choice and named Special Teams Player of the Year by the league’s coaches…Led the team in scoring with 94 points, converting all 31 PATs and 21 of 28 FGs…Was 5 of 7 from beyond 50 yards, with four of the five successful attempts coming on the road, and 8 of 11 from 40 to 49 yards…Also led the nation in FGs made from 50 yards or more for the second straight year, and led the nation in average distance per FG made at 41.2 yards…Only 18 of his 61 kickoffs were returned, with 33 of his 43 touchbacks out of the end zone…Earned Big 12 Player of the Week honors four times (vs. Colorado State, at Miami, at Kansas State and at Missouri), joining Texas Tech QB Kliff Kingsbury (2002) as the only other Big 12 player to receive the honor at least four times in a season…Opened the season vs. Colorado State on his 21st birthday (Sept. 3) by booting a 48-yard FG to tie the score at 21 with 2:32 left and then hitting the first of two game-winning kicks in his career, a 47-yarder with just four seconds left…Had the other game winner at Kansas State (Oct. 29), a 50-yarder with six seconds left in swirling winds for a 23-20 victory; that came after already making a 52-yard kick in the second quarter…Sophomore season (2004): Named a unanimous All-Big 12 first-team selection and semifinalist for the Lou Groza Award…Earned second-team All-American accolades from The NFL Draft Report and Rivals.com, adding honorable mention from Sports Illustrated…Led the NCAA in FGs made from 50-plus yards with six (topping Ohio State’s Mike Nugent, the Groza winner, who had five), and connected on 23 of 29 FGs overall (19 of 23 regular season, 4 of 6 in Houston Bowl)…Scored 85 points, making 28 of 30 PATs…Only 17 of his 59 kickoffs were returned, with 26 of 41 touchbacks out of the end zone…The opponent average starting yard-line after all his kicks was the 21…Won the first of two Bill McCartney Awards (also in 2005), given to the team’s most outstanding special teams player as selected by the coaches…Became just the 10th player in NCAA history to make a 60-yard or longer FG without a tee when he nailed a 60-yarder vs. Iowa State (Oct. 16), the longest in the nation in 2004; had three other FGs in that 19-14 win, including a 54-yarder for the first of his three career games with two FGs of 50-plus…Freshman season (2003): Became only the second true freshman to handle the placekicking chores in a CU season opener in school history…Set a Colorado record for the most points scored by a freshman with 52…Connected on 31 of 37 PATs and 7 of 9 FGs…Only 10 of his 37 kickoffs were returned, with 17 of 26 touchbacks out of the end zone…Made his first five career FGs, one shy of the school record.
Given name Mason Walker Crosby…Born in Lubbock, Texas…Married the former Molly Ackerman on June 28, 2008, and spent honeymoon in the Bahamas…The couple has a 6-year-old son, Nolan, a 3-year-old daughter, Charlotte, and a 1-year-old daughter, Elizabeth…Father, Jim, was a running back in college at Texas-El Paso and graduated from Texas Tech…Received the male career athletic achievement award at Colorado’s annual CUSPY?awards ceremony (Colorado University Sports Performers of the Year)…Is in Colorado’s Folsom Field’s Ring of Fame…Filmed an NFL.com fantasy football ad spot that showed him booting three footballs into the local Brown County Courthouse bell tower…Also partnered with the famous Radio City Rockettes dance team as part of an advance promotional event prior to their visit to Green Bay for a performance during the 2008 regular season…Well known for a routine that features their trademark kicking steps, the dancers joined Crosby at Ray Nitschke Field to receive instruction on football-kicking techniques…High school: As a junior and senior at Georgetown (Texas) High School, earned first-team All-District 13-5A honors as a K, P and FS, adding All-Central Texas region recognition at K…Was named to the All-Midlands team by PrepStar, while Rivals.com ranked him as the third-best placekicker in the nation…During his final two seasons, converted 15 of 21 FGs (long of 59) and 40 of 45 PATs…Owned a 38.2-yard average for 100 punts (64 long), with 18 punts downed inside the 20-yard line, including five inside the 5…At FS those two years, recorded 136 tackles (51 solo, 18 for loss) with six INTs, seven passes broken up, three forced fumbles and four recoveries…As a senior, made the longest FG in Texas prep football in eight years and tied for the third longest in state history with a career-best 59-yarder vs. Cedar Park High…Also had a 61-yard punt in the game…Had seven tackles and two INTs, returning one for a TD and kicking the PAT following the score vs. Round Rock…Also earned two letters in soccer (defense/midfielder), receiving all-district honors as both a sophomore (14 goals) and junior (17 goals)…Community involvement: Hosted “Camp Crosby,” an athletic camp for kids in Georgetown, Texas, in July 2013…In May 2012 and April 2014, traveled the state as a member of the Packers’ annual Tailgate Tour, making scheduled and surprise visits to various communities…Took part in the Beyond the Lights Celebrity Golf Classic charity tournament featuring several members from the Friday Night Lights movie and television show; proceeds go to support spinal-cord injury research…Also serves on the board of directors for a charity based in his hometown called Eagle Locker, an organization that aims to raise awareness of the homeless teen problem in Georgetown and to obtain city funding to build a center for homeless teens that would provide shelter, counseling and academic assistance. In the past, has paid for a group of Eagle Locker teens to go on a shopping spree for shoes and other needed clothes…Served as a celebrity bartender at a House of Hope event in Green Bay. The House of Hope provides shelter to homeless pregnant and/or parenting young mothers and their children…To support military, has participated in the sendoff of the local Bravo 127th, played an Xbox game with a soldier overseas in the “Pro vs. GI Joe” challenge, and in February 2010 went aboard the USS John C. Stennis, a nuclear-powered Navy supercarrier, to watch Super Bowl XLIV with more than 2,000 sailors…Has participated in the Brett Favre, Donald Driver and Jordy Nelson Celebrity Softball games, the Edgar Bennett Celebrity Bowl-A-Thon, the Al Harris Stars and Strikes Celebrity Bowling Event, the Greg Jennings Celebrity Golf Event, the Coaches Classic Golf Tournament in Las Vegas and the Vince Lombardi Award of Excellence Dinner Ball…Has rung bells for The Salvation Army during the holidays, attended the local Families of Children With Cancer holiday party, spoken to area high school students about the value of an education and the importance of staying in school, and donated autographed footballs and jerseys to his hometown high school for separate fundraisers…Residence:?Georgetown, Texas.