Rams add ex-Packers kicker Mason Crosby to practice squad.

In their quest for a postseason berth, the Los Angeles Rams are pulling off a spectacular play.

According to a person familiar with the plans, NFL Network Insider Mike Garafolo revealed on Wednesday that.

The Rams are adding veteran kicker Mason Crosby to the practice squad with the goal of adding him to the main roster shortly.

The signing has since been announced by the team.

The Green Bay Packers were where Crosby played his first 16 NFL seasons, winning the Lombardi Trophy in 2011.

With 1,918 points, the 39-year-old holds the all-time record for the Packers.

After cutting ties with Brett Maher in late October, the Rams checked out a number of kickers, including Crosby.

But ultimately signed greenhorn Lucas Havrisik off the practice roster of the Browns.

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