The 2010 season would be Mason Crosby’s fourth as a Packer. Coming off of a disappointing 2009, where Crosby regressed a bit rather than improved, he had some work to do to justify the incentive clause he earned, doubling his salary.
Signed to a reserve/future contract in January of 2010, Tim Mathsay came to the Packers as a former All-State High School soccer player, who both punted and kicked off for the Kentucky Wildcats. One thing he had never done, however, was punt in an NFL game.
Korey Hall might be the least known of the Packers fullback trio, but he’s turned into one of Green Bay’s most important special teamers. Hall once again led the Packers in special teams tackles despite fighting through a lingering knee injury.
Brett Swain wears the underdog crown very well. A seventh round pick in 2008, Swain spent the entire season on the practice squad.
Matt Flynn has a BCS Championship MVP trophy sitting on his shelf. So while there is little doubt he can perform in a big spot, the question on Flynn has always been, does he have enough talent to be an NFL quarterback?