Another member of the Raiders' 2019 NFL draft class is committing himself to the team.
Defensive lineman Maxx Crosby showed off his new tattoo of the Raiders' logo Monday, one week after running back Josh Jacobs and defensive lineman Clelin Ferrell did the same.
☠️☠️☠️ pic.twitter.com/pu5OoxwKD6— MaddMaxx (@CrosbyMaxx) June 1, 2020
While Jacobs and Ferrell were first-round picks, Crosby was a fourth-round selection, and put together an impressive rookie campaign.
In 16 games, Crosby had 47 total tackles, 10 sacks, 16 tackles for loss and 14 quarterback hits.
With Crosby, Jacobs and Ferrell, Las Vegas' newest professional sports team has the building blocks to be very successful over the next decade.
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It's way too early to tell what the future holds for the trio, but based on the new ink, Crosby, Jacobs and Ferrell want to stay with the Raiders ... permanently.
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