Detroit Lion, Green Valley Ranch alum Tyrell Crosby shares insight on big game

News 3's Kyndell Kim and Detroit Lions tackle Tyrell Crosby chat about his rookie season in the NFL and his insight into the two teams competing in Super Bowl LIII. (Kyndell Kim | KSNV)

Green Valley High School alumni and pro football player Tyrell Crosby visited his old stomping grounds Thursday to offer some championship insight following his rookie season with in NFL.

The Detroit Lions' offensive lineman faced both Super Bowl teams - the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams - in the regular season.

Wrapping up his rookie season with two starts under his belt, the Henderson native landed back in Las Vegas in early January impressed to see the future stadium of his home state’s first NFL team.

Crosby played for the University of Oregon before entering the NFL draft in 2018. In the final game of his college career, Crosby changed his jersey number to #58 in honor of the 58 lives lost on One October.

Crosby's final plays as a college player also happened to be here at home, as the Ducks played against Boise State in the Las Vegas Bowl.

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