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Oct 2, 2022 1 7 7 0
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2022 6 60 10.00 0.00 30.8
2021 51 447 8.76 2 0.00 584.8
2020 59 699 11.85 6 14 14.00 1139.4
3y Avg. 63 660 10.48 5 6 6.00 967.4
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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: Status for divisional round TBD

    Head coach Sean McDermott said Monday that he doesn't know if Crowder (ankle) will be available for Sunday's divisional-round matchup against Cincinnati, Sal Capaccio of WGR Sports Radio 550 Buffalo reports. Crowder was designated to return from injured reserve and practiced last week, but he wasn't added to the active roster ahead of the Bills' wild-card win over Miami. The veteran slot wideout hasn't played since Week 4 due to an ankle fracture, but it appears he's getting close to game action and will have a chance to play in the second round of the playoffs if he can impress at practice, which could be a boost given Isaiah McKenzie's (hamstring) status also is unclear. It's worth noting Cole Beasley proved to be a valuable weapon in the slot during Sunday's close win.
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  • Bills' Jamison Crowder: Slated to practice Wednesday

    The Bills designated Crowder (ankle) for return from injured reserve Wednesday. Crowder is thus cleared to resume practicing, just over three months after he suffered a fractured ankle in the Bills' Week 4 win over the Ravens. According to Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com, Crowder won't be added to the 53-man roster in advance of Sunday's wild-card game against the Dolphins, but he could be a candidate for activation ahead of the divisional round or AFC Championship Game, should the Bills advance that far. Crowder recorded six receptions for 60 yards on 13 targets through Buffalo's first four games before being sidelined with the injury.
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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: May return before season's end

    Crowder (ankle) said this week that he's targeting a return to action in late December, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports. "It's just all about how I'm feeling at that point and how well the rehab has gone," Crowder noted. Crowder has been sidelined since breaking his ankle Week 4, which required surgery to insert a plate. He's since been able to resume walking a little less than a month ago and also running on an underwater treadmill for the past two weeks. The next step for Crowder is upgrading to running on an anti-gravity treadmill, with the aim to begin jogging on the field in about "two weeks." The Bills are unlikely to rush him back on the field, especially if they end up landing free-agent wideout Odell Beckham (knee) and otherwise don't suffer any additional losses in the receiving corps. In the end, though, Crowder may make a late-season cameo with a long playoff run potentially on the horizon.
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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: Quiet in blowout win

    Crowder caught one of two targets for 16 yards while racking up 41 punt return yards in Monday's 41-7 win over the Titans. Crowder was quiet in the offensive explosion for the Bills on Monday, failing to capitalize on the absence of Gabe Davis (ankle) in the contest. Through two games, Crowder has garnered a meager six targets and doesn't appear to be filling the same role Cole Beasley did in Buffalo's offense last season. The wide receiver will look to become more involved in Week 3 when the team takes on the Dolphins, who allowed 318 yards in the air to the Ravens last week.
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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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  • Bills' Jamison Crowder: Returning to practice

    Crowder, who had been dealing with what coach Sean McDermott referred to as "soreness" and "tightness," will practice Monday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. Now that Crowder is in line to resume practicing, he'll look to secure a role in the Bills' wide receiver corps, which is slated to feature Stefon Diggs and Gabriel Davis out wide, with Crowder and Isaiah McKenzie in the mix to handle slot duties and 2022 fifth-rounder Khalil Shakir also contending for snaps.
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  • Bills' Jamison Crowder: Joining forces with Buffalo

    The Bills and Crowder agreed to a one-year contract Monday, Josina Anderson of CBS Sports reports. Buffalo has found its replacement at slot receiver after cutting loose Cole Beasley last week. Crowder had a down year for his standards in 2021, missing five games due to injury and finishing with a 51-447-2 line on 71 targets. With the upgrade in quarterback from Zach Wilson to Josh Allen, Crowder could be in line for a rebound as he joins forces with Stefon Diggs and Gabriel Davis at wide receiver.
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  • Jets' Jamison Crowder: Expected to hit free agency

    Crowder (calf) is expected to hit free agency, DJ Bien-Aime of the New York Daily News reports. The soon-to-be 29-year-old inked a three-year, $28.5 million deal with the Jets back in 2019, but the veteran slot receiver's role on offense has since dwindled following the emergence of Elijah Moore. Crowder posted his least productive season with New York across 12 appearances in 2021, with just 447 receiving yards and two touchdowns. Soft tissue issues sidelined Crowder for five games last year, including a calf injury that forced him out of the season finale, but it looks like he will be fully healthy by the time he hits the open market.
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  • Jets' Jamison Crowder: Exits Sunday's game

    Crowder won't return to Sunday's game against the Bills due to a calf injury. Crowder, who likely aggravated the calf issue that sidelined him in Weeks 16 and 17, finishes the day with one catch for 16 yards on his only target. In his absence, Keelan Cole, Jeff Smith and Denzel Mims will head the Jets' wideout corps versus Buffalo. Crowder thus finishes the season with 51 catches for 447 yards and two TDs in 12 games, with Rich Cimini of ESPN.com suggesting that the free agent to be isn't expected back with the team in 2022.
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  • Jets' Jamison Crowder: Ready for Week 18

    Crowder (calf) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Bills, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Coach Robert Saleh said Friday morning Crowder's outlook was "looking good" for Sunday, and the lack of an injury designation reinforces that sentiment. The 28-year-old should operate as the Jets' top option in the passing game out of the slot this weekend with Braxton Berrios (quadriceps) out and Elijah Moore (quadriceps/illness) unlikely to return from the reserve list.
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  • Jets' Jamison Crowder: Trending in right direction

    Coach Robert Saleh said Crowder (calf) is "looking good" to play Sunday against the Bills, Connor Hughes of The Athletic reports. Elijah Moore (quadriceps/illness) isn't expected to return from the reserve list and Braxton Berrios (quadriceps) appears unlikely to play Sunday, so Crowder could be heavily involved if cleared to return from his two-game absence. Crowder should dominate work out of the slot and could be the No. 1 option in the passing game if able to play Week 18.
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  • Jets' Jamison Crowder: Stays limited in practice

    Crowder (calf) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. While Crowder has been sidelined by the calf injury for two straight games, Braxton Berrios has drawn 18 targets between those contests, producing a 13-102 -1 receiving line to go with three carries for 15 yards and another touchdown. Berrios' strong late-season performance should guarantee him a role on offense in Sunday's finale in Buffalo if available, but he could now be at more risk of missing that contest than Crowder after sitting out consecutive practices with a quadriceps injury. If Berrios can't play Week 18, Crowder would likely have a full-time slot role all to himself and would also profile as the Jets' top option in the passing game. Corey Davis (groin) is shut down for the season, and star rookie Elijah Moore (quadriceps, reserve/COVID-19 list) hasn't practiced or played since Week 13 and is looking doubtful to suit up Sunday.
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  • Jets' Jamison Crowder: Limited participant in return

    Crowder (calf) returned to practice Wednesday as a limited participant, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. While Crowder is back on the practice field after missing two straight games with a calf injury, fellow slot receiver Braxton Berrios (quad) is absent to start the week. How the snaps and targets are divided between the two will be an interesting development to track if both are cleared to play Sunday against the Bills, though the Jets already have some packages in place to get Crowder and Berrios on the field together.
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