Green Bay Packers kicker Mason Crosby kicks a field goal during the Dec. 29 game against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. Jim Matthews/Press-Gazette Media
Mason Crosby's strong bounce back in 2013 means the Green Bay Packers probably don't have the leverage to get him to agree to an incentives-oriented contract renegotiation like he did last year.
But based on how well Crosby responded to competition in the offseason and training camp, they probably have to consider signing another kicker this offseason.
Last year, after converting a career worst 63.6 percent of his field goal attempts, Crosby agreed to a pay cut from a $2.4 million salary to $800,000 with the chance to make back some or all of the difference via several incentives. He ended up ...