Giorgio Tavecchio, seen here during OTA's, was brought in to challenger current kicker Mason Crosby, who is coming off a dismal 2012 season.
Giorgio Tavecchio didn't really know what to expect when he walked into the Green Bay Packers' locker room for the first time in April.
Having spent a year out of football, the first-year kicker had followed Mason Crosby's struggles in 2012 closely and knew the reasons behind the Packers' decision to insert a street free agent and relative unknown into the team's kicking competition.
If Tavecchio would have been met with a cold shoulder from Crosby, he wouldn't have objected. Considering it was the first time since 2007 Crosby's job was being even remotely challenged, it ...