Jamison Crowder Signs With Buffalo Bills

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Jamison Crowder has spent the last three seasons with the New York Jets after spending his first four seasons in the NFL with the Washington Commanders. He was drafted in the fourth round of the 2015 NFL out of Duke. Jamison Crowder has now signed a one-year deal with the Buffalo Bills.

Buffalo Bills Have Signed Jamison Crowder

The 28-year-old wide receiver out of Monroe, North Carolina had an excellent four-year career with the Blue Devils. After primarily serving as the return man in his freshman season and catching just 14 passes, Crowder burst onto the scene in 2012 with 76 receptions for 1,074 yards and eight touchdowns. He had the best season of his college career in his junior season where he caught a whopping 108 passes for 1,360 yards and had 11 total touchdowns, including two punt returns and a rushing score. In his senior season, Crowder continued to play well, surpassing 1,000 yards once again with three punt return touchdowns. After declaring for the NFL draft, Crowder was selected 105th overall by Washington. 

Crowder was a weapon for the 2015 NFC East Champions as he had 604 receiving yards behind Pierre Garcon and DeSean Jackson. However, he broke out in the 2016 season. In addition to his 847 receiving yards and seven receiving touchdowns, Crowder averaged 12.1 yards per punt return, including an 85-yard touchdown against the Baltimore Ravens. After another solid season in 2017, where he led the team in receiving, Crowder had a rough 2018 campaign. He played in just nine games and dropped four passes en route to a disappointing 388-yard season. But, Crowder still received a solid contract from the New York Jets in 2019, and signed a three-year, $28.5 million deal.

Crowder battled drops again in 2019, but he still put up solid numbers in Sam Darnold’s sophomore campaign as he had 78 catches on 122 targets for 833 yards. Over the next two seasons, Crowder battled injuries, playing just 12 games in each season, and had 699 and 447 receiving yards, respectively. 

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