Jamison Crowder
Jamison Crowder
28-Year-Old Wide ReceiverWR
New York Jets
Questionable
Injury Groin
Est. Return 9/26/2021
2021 Fantasy Outlook
Crowder has been reasonably productive for the Jets the last couple years, leading the team in catches and scoring 12 times over that span. He’s in the final year of his deal but agreed to a restructured contract in June. He could still be traded or released, which might be likely after the team selected Elijah Moore, a much faster version of Crowder, with the 34th pick in this year's draft. Should Crowder remain on the Jets, he’d have to compete with Moore, Corey Davis and 2020 second-round pick Denzel Mims for targets. At 5-9, 177, and with 4.56 speed, Crowder is the prototypical NFL slot receiver — small and not particularly fast, but quick, shifty and able to run good routes. He should draw interest from receiver-needy teams, though at press time, he’s still with the Jets. Read Past Outlooks
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#160.67
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$Signed a three-year, $28.5 million contract with the Jets in March of 2019.
Injury flared up Friday
WRNew York Jets
Groin
September 19, 2021
Coach Robert Saleh indicated that Crowder's groin injury flared up Friday, leading to the receiver sitting out Sunday's loss to the Patriots, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
ANALYSIS
It remains to be seen if the setback was a minor one, but more should be known about Crowder's Week 3 status no later than Wednesday, when the Jets' first injury report of the week is released. If Crowder is out or limited next Sunday against the Broncos, added slot opportunities would be available for Braxton Berrios and Elijah Moore.
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Height
5' 9"
 
Weight
177 lbs
 
40-Yard Dash
4.56 sec
 
Shuttle Time
4.32 sec
 
Cone Drill
7.17 sec
 
Vertical Jump
37.0 in
 
Broad Jump
115 in
 
Bench Press
10 reps
 
Hand Length
8.75 in
 
Arm Length
30.38 in
 
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Crowder is pretty much the prototypical NFL slot receiver - small, quick, shifty and hard to cover in small spaces. At 5-9, 177, and with 4.56 speed, Crowder rarely lines up on the outside and almost never runs downfield routes - his 7.8-yard average depth of target ranked 26th among the league's 30 100-target receivers. Crowder saw his fair share of red-zone looks - 16 from inside the 20, six from inside the 10 and four from inside the five, explaining his six touchdowns. But at his size and without the benefit of big plays, that total isn't far from his ceiling. On the bright side, Crowder led the Jets with 122 targets last year, Robby Anderson is gone, and only Breshad Perriman and second-round rookie Denzel Mims are around to compete for Sam Darnold's throws, giving Crowder a nice floor in PPR leagues.
After four years in Washington, Crowder cashed in with a three-year, $28.5 million deal in New York, including $17 million guaranteed. That ensures he'll have a key role as the team's primary slot man, displacing the bigger, faster Quincy Enunwa, who now will move to the outside. At 5-9, 177, Crowder is a typical slot receiver - small, shifty and incredibly quick. He's been relatively efficient in the role, averaging roughly 8.0 YPT over the last four years. Crowder seems to play faster than his 4.56 timed speed, but he rarely runs downfield routes or makes plays in the red zone. Jets coach Adam Gase said he expects Crowder to catch 70-90 passes, which would be a career high, but it's not far-fetched given his contract and skill set. Quarterback Sam Darnold should be better in Year 2, but Enunwa, Robby Anderson, new tailback Le'Veon Bell and second-year tight end Chris Herndon also will see plenty of work in the passing game.
Crowder has been the primary slot receiver for the Redskins since his rookie season, mainly catching short passes and only on rare occasions making big plays - five catches of 40-plus yards on 280 career targets. At 5-9, 177, Crowder is more quick than fast (4.56 40), and that makes him a tough cover in short areas, but less of a threat downfield or in the red zone. The Redskins parted with Terrelle Pryor and Ryan Grant this offseason, but Paul Richardson joins the fold, and it's possible tight end Jordan Reed plays more than six games and pass-catching tailback Chris Thompson more than 10 this year. Even so, Crowder is the team's de facto No. 1 target unless third-year man Josh Doctson can take a major leap. Crowder will have to adjust to a new quarterback in Alex Smith, and while that's probably a downgrade for the offense as a whole, it should affect Crowder's short game least of anyone on the team.
A quality slot receiver and return man last year, Crowder heads into 2017 as the only experienced incumbent among the Washington receivers. However, the Redskins brought in athletic freak Terrelle Pryor and get last year's first-rounder Josh Doctson back from an Achilles injury. Moreover, TE Jordan Reed has been the team's go-to target, particularly in the red zone, whenever he's healthy. Even so, the 5-8, 182-pound Crowder will be left to work the short and intermediate areas of the field, using his exceptional quickness and route running to get open. Crowder -- 4.56 40 -- isn't fast, but he has excellent vision and is dangerous in space. While Crowder saw 17 red-zone looks last year, expect those to decline with the massive Pryor and 6-2 Doctson now in the fold. There's a decent chance Crowder pads his stats with a return TD, however.
The 2015 fourth-rounder had a productive rookie season, catching 59 passes for 604 yards and two touchdowns. Besides his five catches for 109 yards and a touchdown in Week 17 against the Cowboys, Crowder's play was slightly stronger in first half of the season when DeSean Jackson was injured and he was thrust into the second receiver role. While Crowder enters 2016 looking to build on his promising first campaign, he will have to compete for looks with starters Pierre Garcon and Jackson, along with 2016 first-round pick Josh Doctson.
The 2015 fourth-rounder pick out of Duke appears on track to replace Andre Roberts as Washington's top punt returner, plus he could end up handling kick return duties as well. Where Crowder could carve out fantasy utility as a rookie is if he is able to supplant Roberts as the the team's top slot wideout. GM Scot McCloughan has suggested that Crowder could eventually be up to the task, thanks to the 5-foot-8, 185-pounder's "excellent" route-running ability. That said, Roberts' pro experience presumably allows him to maintain an initial edge for the assignment, with DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon entrenched as the team's top outside wideouts.
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Surprise scratch Week 2
WRNew York Jets
Groin
September 19, 2021
Crowder (groin) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Patriots.
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Expected to play in Week 2
WRNew York Jets
Groin
September 19, 2021
Crowder (groin) is listed as questionable but is expected to play Sunday against the Patriots, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
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Game-time call for Week 2
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Groin
September 17, 2021
Crowder (groin) remained limited in practice Friday and is questionable for Sunday's game against New England, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
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Limited in return to practice
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Groin
September 16, 2021
Crowder, who has been activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list, logged a limited practice Thursday due to a groin injury, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.
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Off COVID list
WRNew York Jets
September 16, 2021
Crowder has been activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list.
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