GREEN BAY (WAOW) -- The Packers have made their first big move of the offseason. According to ESPN and other reports, the team has re-signed kicker Mason Crosby to a four-year deal.
Terms of the contract are not yet known.
Crosby is the team's second-longest tenured player after Aaron Rodgers. He converted 24-28 field goal attempts in 2015, including going 4-5 from 50 yards or longer.
Crosby was also one of only six kickers who did not miss an extra point last season.