Rams are working out deal to sign fantastic star as potential Brett Maher replacement

The Los Angeles Rams may be selecting a kicker with some gear in order to replace the now-exiled Brett Maher.

Mason Crosby, 39, is the most prominent kicker the Rams are working out this week, according to a report from Mike Garafolo of NFL Network on Wednesday. Crosby, a longstanding supporter of the Green Bay Packers, has yet to find a new team after his deal with the Packers terminated after the 2022 season


Mason Crosby - Green Bay Packers Place Kicker - ESPN


Without a doubt, Crosby has the experience. From 2007 to 22, he served as Green Bay’s starting kicker for 16 seasons, including the 2011 squad that won the Super Bowl XLV. With 395 kicked field goals, Crosby is ranked 13th all-time and led the NFL in scoring in 2007.

The 3-4 Rams need a new kicker because Maher, their previous starter, was fired following a dismal performance in Week 7. Lucas Havrisik, 24, was just added to their roster from the Cleveland Browns practice squad, but he hasn’t played in an NFL game yet. When Crosby started having trouble with regular Packers kicks in recent years, his stock plummeted. Nonetheless, the Rams are examining if Crosby is a better alternative than any of their present possibilities.

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