Crosby reached an agreement Saturday on a three-year contract with the Packers, his agent announced. It is a three-year, $12.9 million contract, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported, per a source. Pelissero added that Crosby would get $6 million in the first season and $9.5 over the next two. The team later confirmed the deal.
As the Packers won the NFC North and ascended to the NFC Championship Game, Crosby proved to be a consistent special teams force, converting 22 of 24 field goal tries (91.7 percent) and missed just one point-after attempt in 41 offerings.
Crosby's never missed a game with the Packers since he was drafted by them during the sixth round in 2007.
Now 35, Crosby has been a consistent contributor for the Pack for more than a decade and if all goes well, he's got at least three more years in Lambeau ahead of him.