Buffalo Bills Sign Jamison Crowder
On a day where the Buffalo Bills and Big Baller Beane made a handful of moves, the most notable one would be WR Jamison Crowder. The soon to be 29 year old WR signed a one-year deal with a max value of $4M.
Crowder has had a pretty successful career, recording 409 receptions for 4,607 yards and 28 touchdowns in seven seasons with the Washington Commanders and New York Jets.
Where does Jamison Crowder fit in?
He will join Stefon Diggs, Gabe Davis, Isaiah McKenzie, and (most likely) a rookie in a loaded Bills WR room. Crowder will compete with McKenzie for the slot WR role vacated by the recently released Cole Beasley.
Crowder has dealt with a number of injuries in his career. Most notably, he suffered groin and calf injuries in 2020 and 2021, missing nine games in total. His last full season came in 2019. Even so, Crowder lead the Jets in receptions each of his three years there.
He is also an experienced punt returner. In his four seasons with the Commanders, Crowder fielded 86 punts for 677 yards and one touchdown.
If he can stay healthy, Crowder will be a great addition to an already elite-tier Buffalo Bills offense.