Raiders expands sack artists in division with talented QBs

Las Vegas Raiders have signed defensive end Maxx Crosby to contract extension, in response to Broncos’ acquisition of Russell Wilson.

Crosby was an outstanding defensive finish – one of the best in the NFL – and while his number of layoffs doesn’t necessarily reflect that, he ranks among the best in the game. In terms of midfield pressure, that’s something the Raiders will rely on him for for years to come.

Why so?

With Patrick Mahomes of Kansas City Sheriffs, Justin Herbert of Las Angeles Chargers and now Russell Wilson of the Denver Broncos In their own department, the Raiders need an answer of their own. That was like an extension to their best defence.

Contract Maxx Crosby

Crosby signed a four-year, $98 million contract extension, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

The contract makes Crosby one of the highest-paid defensive players in the NFL and in NFL history.

Maxx Crosby awake

Crosby has been very open about his sobriety since his rookie season in which he claimed he was “lost in the sauce”.

“For me if I just came in every day, doing what I did all through college, going to people and working with people and just acting – and for me, my mindset hasn’t changed. ,” said Crosby, according to the official website of the Raiders . team. “Entering my sophomore year, now it’s flipped, now you’ve got 10 sacks as a rookie, now everyone knows who you are.”

That paid off hugely for Crosby, as having the right mentality only helped his on-field production.

Maxx Crosby University

Crosby went to Eastern Michigan, and was a mid-round draft pick in part due to little exposure. The Raiders’ diligence in tracking him paid off, as Crosby has become one of the best defenses in the NFL. Raiders expands sack artists in division with talented QBs

John Verrall

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