Maxx Crosby Inducted In Eastern Michigan Ring Of Honor

Crosby becomes the 53rd player to be inducted in the Eastern Michigan Ring Of Honor

On Friday, Las Vegas Raiders DE Maxx Crosby was honored to be inducted into the Eastern Michigan Ring of Honor. During his tenure at EMU, Crosby was selected twice to the first team All-MAC. He tied for second most in program history with 20 sacks and 41 tackles for losses.

“Every single day I wake up, I’m looking for a reason, or looking for a way to separate myself from everybody else,” said Raiders DE Maxx Crosby as he received the Eastern Michigan Ring Of Honor. “And I don’t mean that in a selfish way. I’m looking at it as: ‘How am I going to maximize my career? How am I going to make the most out of my career? When I look back, am I going to have any regrets?’ If I can do what I’m doing on a daily basis, I’m going to look back and be proud of everything I’ve done. It doesn’t matter if I don’t make the Hall of Fame, if I don’t get another sack in the league. If I continue to do what I’m doing on a daily basis and checking every box…I can’t have any regrets; there’s no way you can.”

According to Eastern Michigan University Athletics, qualifiers for the ring must be awarded an All-American while attending the university and/or have played in an NFL game. Crosby was added to the Eastern Michigan Ring of Honor as the number 53 player.

Eastern Michigan Ring Of Honor

“I look myself in the mirror and I’m like: ‘I’m not going to just be a dude from Eastern that made the NFL and had a pretty good career and whatever,'” added Crosby. “I’m like, ‘I’m going to go be the best.’ I don’t care what it takes.”

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