The start of 2020 training camp for Green Bay Packers kicker Mason Crosby was delayed after his second COVID-19 test came up positive. But Crosby told reporters on Monday that his symptoms were very mild. He waited 10-days (protocol time period) to get back and he feels as strong as ever.
Crosby said he was surprised to test positive given his relative lack of symptoms. He said he socially distanced this offseason, limiting his interactions to his family.
Crosby is entering his 14th NFL season and said he’s feeling great coming out of COVID. He turns 36 in September, but age hasn’t slowed him down a bit.
Crosby signed a three-year contract worth $12.9 million with the Packers during the offseason. It made Crosby the third highest paid kicker in the league. [Read more…]