Maxx Crosby is a defensive end who plays for the Las Vegas Raiders and here is everything you should know about him, including his net worth, salary, career, personal life and more

Real NameMaxx Robert Crosby
Birth PlaceColleyville, Texas, United States
Father’s NameBryan Crosby
Mother’s NameMyles Crosby
Height196 cm
Age25 years old
Date Of Birth22/ 08/ 1997
High SchoolColleyville Heritage High School
Famous Series/ Movies/ Famous Video/ AlbumNA
Marital StatusUnmarried
HobbiesPet lover

Maxx Grosby Early Life & Education

Maxx Robert Crosby was born on August 22, 1997. He plays defensive end in American football for the National Football League’s Las Vegas Raiders. He attended Eastern Michigan during his college football career before being selected by the Raiders in the fourth round of the 2019 NFL Draft.

From 2015 to 2018, Crosby attended Eastern Michigan to play collegiate football. Only one college football team, Eastern Michigan, extended an offer to Crosby. In 2017 and 2018, Crosby received first-team All-MAC selections.

Maxx Grosby Injury & Comeback

When a player gets hurt, he is usually told to sit out for as long as he takes to heal. Not for the defense of the Las Vegas Raiders, Maxx Crosby. Crosby reportedly had a broken right hand and a torn left shoulder while playing on the field.

Consider that for a second. On a football field, it’s difficult enough to hit players with the force. An injury to the hand or shoulder hurts. It seems that Crosby had no trouble merging the two. He felt energized by it. It was more painful, reportedly, during practice than during competition.

In each of his first two seasons (2019 and 2020 combined), Crosby had the most sacks for the Raiders, totaling 17 in total. Despite two ailments, he scored seven of his most recent points.

Following procedures to treat what Crosby described as a torn labrum in his shoulder and a broken hand, Crosby tweeted a picture of himself with his left arm in a sling and his right hand in a cast.

Maxx Grosby NFL Career and stats over the years


Crosby made his NFL debut against the Denver Broncos. Crosby made 6 tackles during the contest, which his team won 24-16. Crosby sacked Chase Daniel in Week 5’s 24-21 victory over the Chicago Bears, marking the first sack of his career. Crosby was named AFC Defensive Player of the Week in week 11 against the Cincinnati Bengals after he stripped sacked Ryan Finley and recovered the ball with teammate Maurice Hurst Jr. 

In the 36-20 defeat to the New England Patriots, Crosby scored his first two sacks of the year on Cam Newton. In Week 5’s 40-32 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs, Crosby recorded his first sack, coming on Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes. Crosby contributed to the 32-31 victory in Week 17’s game against the Denver Broncos by stripping Drew Lock once and stopping two field goals. 


On August 6, 2020, the team placed Crosby on the reserve/COVID-19 list; he was then activated nine days later. Crosby recorded his first two sacks of the year on Cam Newton in Week 3’s 36-20 loss to the New England Patriots. Crosby recorded his first sack of Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes in Week 5’s 40-32 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs. 

In Week 17’s 32-31 victory over the Denver Broncos, Crosby blocked two field goals besides one sack of Drew Lock. For his efforts, Crosby was named the AFC Special Teams Player of the Week.


In a 33-27 victory over the Ravens in Week 1, Crosby racked up six tackles, two sacks, and two tackles for loss, earning AFC Defensive Player of the Week honors. In a 34-24 victory over the Denver Broncos in Week 6, Crosby had a season-high three sacks, six tackles, and 12 pressures. Crosby once again received AFC Defensive Player of the Week honors after recording two sacks, six tackles, three tackles for a loss, four quarterback hits, 11 pressures, and three passes deflected.


On March 11, 2022, Crosby agreed to a four-year, $98.98 million contract deal with the Raiders, marking his two-year sobriety anniversary.

After recording a total of seven pressures, five hits, and two quarterback hurries in Week 1 of the current season, Crosby was the player with the highest grade for the club. Despite not recording a sack, he was utterly dominant.

Maxx Crosby’s Net Worth

Maxx Crosby signed a $3,302,264 deal with the Oakland Raiders in 2019. This deal features an average annual salary of $825,566, a $782,264 signing bonus, and $782,264 in guaranteed money. He had a cap hit of $690,566 and a dead cap value of $782,264 in 2020, earning a basic salary of $495,000 and a signing bonus of $782,264.

On March 11, 2022, Maxx Crosby and the Raiders agreed to a four-year, $94 million contract. According to Pro Football Talk, of the $53 million in guarantees given to Crosby, $26.515 million was fully guaranteed at the time of the signing. In addition to a guaranteed basic salary until 2022, Crosby received a $13 million signing bonus. When he signed, Crosby received a guaranteed $10 million roster bonus in 2023. If on the roster in March 2023, Crosby’s base wages for 2023 and 2024 will be fully guaranteed.

Maxx Grosby Social Media Presence

Maxx utilizes social media frequently. He enjoys the support of his social media fans.

Maxx has 304k followers and 208 posts on Instagram

Maxx has 128.1k followers on his Twitter account

Maxx Grosby FAQ

(Q) What is Maxx Crosby’s salary?

     Maxx Crosby is on course to earn $23,500,000 per year from his current contract with the Raiders.

(Q) Where was Maxx Crosby born?

     Maxx Crosby was born in Colleyville, Texas, United States.

(Q) Does Maxx Crosby have a Raiders tattoo?

      Yes, Maxx Crosby has a Raiders tattoo on his forearm.

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