Jamison Crowder Fantasy
- Height / Weight
- 5'9" / 177 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- June 17, 1993 (29)
- 8th Season
- 2015 / Rd. 4 / Pk. 105 (WAS)
Jamison Crowder News
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Jamison Crowder (ankle) is expected to be put on Injured Reserve, which means he'll have to miss at least the next four games after suffering a broken ankle in the Week 4 win over the Baltimore Ravens. Crowder's absence will mean more work for slot man Isaiah McKenzie (concussion), although his status is currently in doubt for Week 5 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. If McKenzie isn't cleared from the league's concussion protocol, rookie Khalil Shakir could be forced into significant snaps this weekend. Crowder has been a fantasy afterthought so far in 2022 while working behind McKenzie in the slot. He's caught just six passes on 13 targets for 60 yards and no touchdowns in four games.
Buffalo Bills wide receivers Isaiah McKenzie (concussion), Jamison Crowder (ankle) and Jake Kumerow (ankle) all missed Wednesday's practice. Head coach Sean McDermott said earlier that McKenzie would be limited, but that turns out not to be the case. He'll need to clear the league's concussion protocols in order to play in Week 5 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Crowder broke his ankle last week and is out indefinitely, so if McKenzie cannot gain clearance, rookie Khalil Shakir would see a much bigger role out of the slot, as well as Stefon Diggs, Gabe Davis and tight end Dawson Knox. McKenzie has been a bright spot in Buffalo's offense through four games, posting a 15-153-3 line.
Buffalo Bills veteran wide receiver Jamison Crowder (ankle) suffered a broken ankle in the Week 4 win over the Baltimore Ravens, according to a source. Crowder will have additional tests to see what other damage he might have, but he's now out indefinitely. It's a tough break for the 29-year-old slot man, who had just six catches on 13 targets for 60 yards in four games before his injury. He wasn't a realistic option for starting fantasy lineups with Isaiah McKenzie the starter in the slot in 2022. Crowder isn't a must-stash in deep single-season formats. McKenzie should see more targets as a result, and it should also mean more work for rookie Khalil Shakir, but don't expect much out of the youngster in redraft leagues.
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Jamison Crowder is moving places for the third time in his career ahead of the 2022 season. After spending three years in Washington and three more in New York playing for the Jets, he won't be going too far away from his last home, though, as he will be catching passes for the Buffalo Bills and from star QB Josh Allen this year. And judging by the rest of the Bills' moves this offseason, mainly not re-signing slot-receiver Cole Beasley, this transaction and...