College: Duke | 8 years
Height: 5'9" | Weight: 177 lbs
Birth Date: 6/17/1993
2023 Bye Week: 13
Total Pts: 12
Avg Pts: 0.71
Rank: 70 WR
Dynasty | The Giants have signed wide receiver Jamison Crowder. Dynasty Analysis: Crowder's play has really fallen off of late as he was replaced by Isaiah McKenzie for most of last season in Buffalo and only caught six passes for 60 yards on the season, battling an ankle injury in the process. The Giants already have Wan'Dale Robinson and Parris Campbell to man the slot. They also brought back both Sterling Shepard and Darius Slayton, plus traded for Darren Waller this off-season. New York is clearly addressing a need for pass catchers, so it's hard to see just where Crowder fits in here. At this point, Crowder is unranked and that will likely remain unchanged.
The New York Giants agreed to terms on an undisclosed one-year deal with free-agent wide receiver Jamison Crowder on Thursday. The veteran slot man played in just four games in his lone season with the Buffalo Bills in 2022 due to a fractured ankle, and he caught six of his 13 targets for 60 yards and no touchdowns. The Giants could still use more help at the wide receiver position and will likely add some pass-catchers in the upcoming draft, but Crowder will give the G-Men some depth in the slot behind Wan'Dale Robinson, who is coming off a torn ACL in his rookie season. The 29-year-old won't enter the 2023 season as much of a fantasy asset, as he hasn't done much since recording 699 receiving yards and six touchdowns on 59 catches for the New York Jets in 2020.
Free-agent WR Jamison Crowder (Bills) is signing a one-year deal with the New York Giants, according to a source Thursday, March 23. Financial terms of the deal were not immediately disclosed.
Buffalo Bills impending free-agent WR Jamison Crowder said he is interested in re-signing with the Bills this offseason.
Buffalo Bills WR Jamison Crowder (ankle) said he believed he could have played in the Divisional Round playoff game but the team did not activate him from the Reserve/Injured list.
Buffalo Bills WR Jamison Crowder (ankle) is making progress but will not be available for the Divisional Round playoff game, according to head coach Sean McDermott.
Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott said that wide receiver Jamison Crowder (ankle) will not play in the Divisional Round against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, but he is moving in the right direction. Crowder remains on Injured Reserve and his 21-day practice window is open, so he could return to the field if the Bills advance to the AFC Championship next weekend. The 29-year-old wideout fractured his ankle in Week 4 and hasn't played since, but he's getting close to a return. Even if the Bills advance and Crowder returns, he'll be a long shot to return any fantasy value in playoff leagues. Isaiah McKenzie (hamstring) is returning this weekend after missing the wild-card round, and he should share slot duties with rookie Khalil Shakir and veteran Cole Beasley.
Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott said that he doesn't know yet if wide receiver Jamison Crowder (ankle) will be available to play in the Divisional Round against the Cincinnati Bengals. In other injury news, safety Micah Hyde (neck) will not play on Sunday. Crowder was designated to return from Injured Reserve last week, but he hasn't played since fracturing his ankle in Week 4 and hasn't officially been activated from IR. Even with Isaiah McKenzie (hamstring) injured -- he missed the wild-card win over the Miami Dolphins -- Crowder is highly likely to step right into a big role on offense if he's available this weekend against Cincinnati. If McKenzie misses another game, rookie Khalil Shakir and veteran Cole Beasley will continue to split reps out of the slot.
Buffalo Bills WR Jamison Crowder (ankle) appears to have a chance to play against the Cincinnati Bengals in the team's AFC Divisional Round clash against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, Jan. 22, but head coach Sean McDermott told reporters he is not sure either way.
Updating a previous report, Buffalo Bills WR Jamison Crowder (ankle) and S Micah Hyde (neck) have been cleared to practice but neither will be available for the Wild Card playoff game, according to head coach Sean McDermott.
Buffalo Bills S Micah Hyde (neck) and WR Jamison Crowder (ankle) were designated to return from injured reserve on Wednesday, Jan. 11, and took part in practice.