Watch: Lineman Maxx Crosby Goes Absolutely Nuts On The Hardwood, Puts Pick-Up Players On Posters With Ridiculous Dunks

Maxx Crosby celebrates a play.

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Raiders defender Maxx Crosby went viral this week after clips of his participation in a pick-up basketball game began circulating social media. The lineman was throwing down some serious jams on a group of unsuspecting players.

Crosby put his athleticism on full display for everyone in attendance by putting on his own personal slam dunk contest. Football and basketball fans, alike, are now posting reactions online.

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The now viral clip shows the defensive end going “Air Jordan” on one poor defender, which instantly turned into a poster.

He also throws down tomahawk jam after tomahawk jam, both of the one- and two-handed variety. He even shows off a nice floater, giving bystanders a view of the entire arsenal.

But let’s get back to the dunking. This 360-degree slam was one of his more impressive.

Now, most every NFL offensive lineman would tell you they aren’t surprised by the Maxx Crosby’s insane athletic ability. After all, he’s racked up 37.5 sacks and 65 tackles for loss over his 60-game career. He posted a career-high 12.5 sacks last season while also leading the NFL in hits behind the line of scrimmage with 22.

That production has led to a pair of Pro Bowl invites as well as a runner-up finish for Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2019.

Still, the ridiculous showing on the basketball court had many around the NFL talking. Most notably, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce wrote, “That boy cold!”

Fans and media were quick to chime in, too.

One person said, “You didn’t have to do that to ’em,” while another posted, “Oh, he was hoopin’ hoopin’.”

Maxx Crosby certainly showed out on the hardwood, and he seems to be enjoying the offseason. Clips like this show just how scary athletic the defensive lineman is. Look out for another career year in 2023.

Jacob Elsey
BroBible writer. Jacob is a graduate of the University of South Carolina and is based in Charleston, SC.