Posted: 9/21/2020 6:19 pm UTC
New York Jets WR Jamison Crowder (hamstring) appears to be questionable at best to return in Week 3 versus the Indianapolis Colts after sitting out Week 2 with a hamstring injury, according to comments made by head coach Adam Gase on Monday, Sept. 21.
Posted: 9/18/2020 3:30 pm UTC
New York Jets WR Jamison Crowder (hamstring) has been ruled out for Week 2.
Huddle Up: Braxon Berrios was running in the slot in practice, and he's worth the speculative flyer off of waivers. He probably doesn't hold enough upside to start against the San Francisco 49ers, though. Breshad Perriman could see more looks, and he's a solid WR3.
Posted: 9/17/2020 5:03 pm UTC
New York Jets WR Jamison Crowder (hamstring) is not practicing Thursday, Sept. 17, due to a hamstring that tightened up on him in practice the day before. Head coach Adam Gase said he doesn't believe Crowder's injury to be serious.
Huddle Up: Definitely concerning as it's an issue that just cropped up midweek, and, of course much of Crowder's Week 2 status will depend on whether he is able to get on the practice field Friday. Stay tuned as Crowder is a solid flex/WR3 option if he's able to go.
Posted: 9/16/2020 10:46 pm UTC
New York Jets WR Jamison Crowder (hamstring) was limited in practice Wednesday, Sept. 16.
Huddle Up: Crowder was heavily involved in Week 1 and topped 100 yards with a score. He'll be a high-end WR3 most weeks when active.
Posted: 9/13/2020 9:40 pm UTC
New York Jets WR Jamison Crowder caught seven passes for 115 yards and one touchdown against the Buffalo Bills in Week 1. He was targeted 13 times during the game.
Huddle Up: Crowder was Sam Darnold's favorite target in the passing game and should continue to be a reliable target for the Jets. He can be a No. 3 receiver or flex option next week despite the tough matchup.
Posted: 9/11/2020 9:14 pm UTC
New York Jets WR Jamison Crowder (hamstring) fully participated in practice Friday, Sept. 11, and is not on the injury report for Week 1.
Huddle Up: Crowder was a reliable receiver for the Jets last season and should see plenty of targets again in 2020. He can be at least a flex option in fantasy leagues and will have more value in point-per-reception leagues.
Posted: 9/10/2020 9:21 pm UTC
New York Jets WR Jamison Crowder (hamstring) fully participated in practice Thursday, Sept. 10.
Huddle Up: Crowder was a reliable target for Sam Darnold last season and finished with finished with 833 yards. He will continue to see plenty of targets as the slot receiver and can be a flex option in most leagues.
Posted: 9/09/2020 9:55 pm UTC
New York Jets WR Jamison Crowder (hamstring) was listed as a full participant on the practice report for Wednesday, Sept. 9.
Huddle Up: Crowder should be viewed as the Jets' safest option in the passing game this season but without a whole lot of upside. He should be able to be used as a WR3/FLEX play in softer matchups.
Posted: 8/18/2020 4:12 am UTC
New York Jets WR Jamison Crowder said Monday, Aug. 17 that he doesn't feel like he's the 'top dog' entering training camp, but he is easily the most productive receiver on the roster from last season. 'I just know my role,' Crowder said. 'That's a valuable option for (QB Sam Darnold) in the slot.'
Huddle Up: Crowder posted a career-best 78 receptions last season for the Jets, and he ended up with 833 yards and six touchdowns, which were each just shy of career highs. Despite his role as the de facto No. 1 receiver for Gang Green, he is still more of a WR4 in most standard leagues and a low-end WR3 in PPR formats.
Posted: 6/14/2020 6:06 pm UTC
New York Jets WR Jamison Crowder caught 58 passes while lined up as the slot receiver during the 2019 season, which ranked fourth among wide receivers.
Huddle Up: The Jets have made several changes to their receiving corps, so Crowder may receive a bigger role in the passing game in 2020. He is a reliable receiver and can be a No. 3 receiver for fantasy players.