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Jan 7, 2024 1 8 8 0
Dec 31, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 24, 2023 0 0 0 0 -2
Dec 17, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 3, 2023 0 0 0 0
Player Outlook
Crowder signed with the Giants this offseason, and he's expected to be a reserve receiver if he makes the final roster. He's not worth drafting in the majority of leagues. A fractured ankle limited Crowder to just four games with the Bills in 2022, during which time he recorded six catches for 60 yards. Now that he's presumably past his ankle issues, the 29-year-old will have a chance to compete for slot snaps in the Giants' wide receiver corps. However, the Giants have a lot of bodies to compete with, including Isaiah Hodgins, Darius Slayton, Parris Campbell, Jalin Hyatt, Sterling Shepard and Wan'Dale Robinson. If Crowder can outplay those other receivers maybe he'll be worth adding off the waiver wire.

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2023 16 159 9.94 1 0.00 181.1
2022 6 60 10.00 0.00 30.8
2021 51 447 8.76 2 0.00 544.5
3y Avg. 39 402 10.31 3 5 0.00 505.6
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  • Commanders' Jamison Crowder: Finishes year with 16 catches

    Crowder finished the 2023 season with 16 catches for 159 yards and a touchdown on 20 targets and 35 punt returns for 278 yards over 17 gam es. The 30-year-old slot receiver rejoined his original NFL team -- he was a fourth-round pick of Washington in 2015 -- after a three-year stint with the Jets and four games with the Bills in 2022. He mostly working as a punt returner but also came up with a 7-95-1 receiving line Oct. 29 against the Eagles when injuries thrust him into the lineup on offense. Crowder drew six targets the following week and then only five more the rest of the season. He's scheduled for unrestricted free agency again this offseason, with punt returns and a backup slot role representing his best path to sticking around in the NFL for another year.
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  • Commanders' Jamison Crowder: Playing time takes hit Week 13

    Crowder went without a target while playing five of the Commanders' 55 snaps on offense in Sunday's 45-15 loss to the Dolphins. Crowder had logged double-digit snaps in four of the Commanders' previous five games while producing a 13-130-1 receiving line on 16 targets, but he dropped to sixth in the pecking order at receiver Sunday with all of Terry McLaurin, Jahan Dotson, Curtis Samuel, Byron Pringle and Dyami Brown seeing more playing time. Though the Commanders could look to work Crowder in more at the expense of either Pringle or Brown coming out of their Week 14 bye, McLaurin, Dotson and Samuel are locked in as Washington's clear top three wideouts when healthy.
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  • Commanders' Jamison Crowder: Sees two targets

    Crowder caught both of his targets for 12 yards in a 31-19 loss to the Giants on Sunday. Crowder, Dyami Brown and Byron Pringle each played 25-to-30 percent of snaps, splitting the No. 3 receiver role after Curtis Samuel was ejected for his role in a fight. Crowder had a 7-95-1 receiving line Week 8 against the Eagles but otherwise has just eight catches for 56 yards all year.
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  • Commanders' Jamison Crowder: Targeted once

    Crowder was held without a catch on one target in Sunday's 29-26 loss at Seattle. Curtis Samuel's return from a foot injury dropped Crowder to 10 percent snap share and meant his main role was returning punts. It'll likely be a similar story Week 11 against the Giants, and there's not much upside for Crowder even if Samuel misses more time down the road, given that Dyami Brown also helped fill the gap during Samuel's recent absence.
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  • Commanders' Jamison Crowder: Catches four passes

    Crowder caught four of six targets for 23 yards in a 20-17 win over the Patriots on Sunday. Crowder was unable to match his unexpected outburst (7-95-1) from the week prior, though he did play more snaps (47 percent) with Curtis Samuel inactive due to a foot injury. Dyami Brown and Byron Pringle also helped to fill Samuel's shoes, and that may be the case again Week 10 at Seattle if Samuel misses another game.
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  • Commanders' Jamison Crowder: No snaps on offense Week 7

    Crowder played all three of his snaps on special teams in Sunday's 24-16 win over Atlanta. After recording his first two catches of the season in the Commanders' Week 5 loss to the Bears, Crowder was phased out on offense Sunday while all of Terry McLaurin, Jahan Dotson, Curtis Samuel, Dyami Brown and Byron Pringle played ahead of him at receiver. Crowder should continue to dress on most game days due to his duties as the Commanders' top punt returner.
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  • Commanders' Jamison Crowder: Joining active roster

    The Commanders plan to sign Crowder to their active roster, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. Crowder just joined the Commanders' practice squad Wednesday, but with Dax Milne (groin) unable to play Sunday against the Cardinals, the veteran receiver was elevated to the active roster Saturday. He never saw the field on offense, but he did handle punt return duties, gaining 10 yards on three attempts. Now that he's in line to join the 53-man roster, he should maintain that role Sunday against the Broncos.
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  • Commanders' Jamison Crowder: Moves to active roster

    Crowder was elevated from the Commanders' practice squad Saturday. The veteran wideout is expected to return punts Sunday, with Dax Milne (groin) on injured reserve. Crowder played in just four games with the Bills last season and bounced around a few practice squads before joining the Commanders after preseason cutdowns.
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  • Giants' Jamison Crowder: Expected to be gone

    The Giants are planning to release Crowder on Tuesday, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. Crowder hasn't had much luck since departing the Jets, where he was a steady producer for several years. After a broken ankle limited him to just four games with the Bills in 2022, he has spent a portion of the 2023 training camp with the Giants limited by a calf injury. Assuming he does end up being released, the veteran wideout will likely work to pursue a new opportunity.
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  • Giants' Jamison Crowder: Cleared for camp

    Crowder (calf) will come off the active/non-football injury list Sunday according to head coach Brian Daboll, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports. Crowder started camp on the NFI list, but he'll now be able to practice with the team. After an injury-plagued 2022 season in Buffalo during which he was limited to four games, Crowder will work to earn a role in the Giants' receiving corps and put together a bounce-back campaign.
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  • Giants' Jamison Crowder: Starts camp on NFI

    The Giants placed Crowder (calf) on the active/non-football injury list Tuesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. This would seem to suggest Crowder injured his calf while away from the team sometime between spring work and the start of training camp. He can be activated at any time. Crowder broke his ankle in Week 4 of last season with the Bills and missed the rest of the year. He inked a one-year deal with the Giants in the offseason and isn't guaranteed a roster spot, so the veteran slot man needs to get healthy.
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  • Giants' Jamison Crowder: Signing with Giants

    Crowder is slated to sign a one-year deal with the Giants, per Josina Anderson of CBS Sports. A fractured ankle limited Crowder to just four regular-season games with the Bills in 2022, during which time he recorded six catches for 60 yards. Now that he's presumably past his ankle issues, the 29-year-old will have a chance to compete for slot snaps in the Giants' wide receiver corps.
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  • Bills' Jamison Crowder: Won't face Bengals

    Head coach Sean McDermott said Friday that Crowder (ankle) is ruled out for Sunday's divisional-round matchup against Cincinnati, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports. McDermott said Crowder is moving in the right direction, but the veteran wideout still will need a bit more time before making his potential return. Crowder resumed practicing last week, just over three months after he suffered a fractured ankle in a Week 4 win. With Isaiah McKenzie having resumed practicing in full, however, the Bills aren't in serious need of additional receiver depth.
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  • Bills' Jamison Crowder: Rehabbing to side in practices

    Crowder (ankle) has been working off to the side during recent Bills practices but has yet to be designated for return from injured reserve, Sal Capaccio of WGR Sports Radio 550 Buffalo reports. Though he's been sidelined since early October with a fractured ankle, Crowder hasn't been shut down for the season and is still eying a return to the field in late December. The veteran wideout thus looks on track to remain out for the Bills' Week 15 game against the Dolphins, though a return at some point during the final three weeks of the season remains feasible. Buffalo added some potential competition for Crowder and Isaiah McKenzie in the slot role earlier Tuesday, when the Bills coaxed Cole Beasley out of retirement and signed him to their practice squad.
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  • Bills' Jamison Crowder: Shifts to IR

    Crowder (ankle) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, Matt Parrino of The Syracuse Post-Standard reports. This doesn't come as much of a surprise considering Crowder broke his ankle. Isaiah McKenzie (concussion) figures to be the biggest beneficiary of the injury provided he's able to play Sunday, but rookie Khalil Shakir could also make an emergence with more opportunities likely on the horizon.
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  • Bills' Jamison Crowder: Suffers broken ankle

    Crowder suffered a broken ankle during Sunday's win over the Ravens, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Crowder is considered out indefinitely, and he's likely to land on IR in the near future. As long as Crowder remains out of the lineup, Isaiah McKenzie will stand to operate as Buffalo's clear third wideout behind Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis, while Khalil Shakir could also benefit form increased snaps. Crowder is expected to undergo further tests to diagnose any additional damage.
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  • Bills' Jamison Crowder: Injures ankle

    Crowder was forced out of Sunday's game against the Ravens with an ankle injury. Prior to his exit from the contest, Crowder caught one of his four targets for seven yards. In his absence, the Bills' Week 4 wide receiver corps will continue to be led by Stefon Diggs, Gabe Davis and Isaiah McKenzie.
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  • Bills' Jamison Crowder: In the mix for slot snaps

    As the upcoming season approaches, Crowder is listed behind Isaiah McKenzie on the Bills' posted unofficial depth chart. Stefon Diggs and Gabriel Davis are the team's clear-cut top options out wide, but the slot role previously handled by Cole Beasley figures to be largely handled by some combo of McKenzie and Crowder. With McKenzie having been touted this summer as the favorite to claim the biggest portion of the team's slot assignment, Crowder may not have a path to steady targets out the gate this season, but if injuries hit the Bills' receiving corps, the 29-year-old could well find himself back on the PPR radar.
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  • Bills' Jamison Crowder: Targeted once in preseason opener

    Crowder was targeted once but did not record a reception in Saturday's 27-24 preseason win over the Colts. Crowder had a relatively prominent role in the game with Stefon Diggs, Gabriel Davis and Isaiah McKenzie all held out of the game. Crowder's lone target was picked off, an inauspicious start to his tenure with Buffalo. It also appears that Crowder is buried on the depth chart, so he may not be on the field regularly in Week 1, and we suppose he has an outside chance of getting cut.
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  • Bills' Jamison Crowder: Has good practice Monday

    Crowder turned in a strong showing at Monday's practice, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports. Crowder and Isaiah McKenzie -- who missed Monday's session due to soreness -- are in the mix to claim the slot role previously handled by Cole Beasley. While Buscaglia suggests that Crowder "is still likely behind McKenzie because of the Bills' explosive potential with McKenzie in the lineup," we suspect that the steady Crowder still can make a push for the role as the summer rolls along if he can stay healthy and continue to make plays in practice.
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