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Mason Crosby sets new scoring record for Packers franchise

The Green Bay Packers' Mason Crosby (left) is congratulated after making a field goal during the second half of the NFC championship game in Seattle.

The Green Bay Packers' Mason Crosby (left) is congratulated after making a field goal during the second half of the NFC championship game in Seattle.

Sunday night was a big night for Green Bay Packers kicker Mason Crosby. He made all four field goal attempts in a 27-17 win over the Seattle Seahawks, and his final try of the night moved him into first place on the Packers' all-time scoring list with 1,057 career points.

The previous record-holder was Ryan Longwell (1,054), who kicked for the Packers from 1997-2005. After Crosby and Longwell on the list, it's Hall of Fame end Don Hutson, who scored 823 points in a variety of ways from 1935-1945.

The Packers drafted Crosby, 31, in the sixth round of the 2007 NFL draft out of Colorado. Crosby has made 79.5 percent of his field goal attempts since then, and he is a perfect five-for-five so far this season.

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