Bills agree to deal with Jamison Crowder

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The Bills added a veteran to their wide receiving corps on Monday.

Josina Anderson of CBS Sports reports that former Jets wideout Jamison Crowder has agreed to a one-year deal with the back-to-back AFC East champs.

Crowder spent the last three seasons with the Jets, but missed time over the last two years left his 78-catch, 833-yard season in 2019 as his high water mark with the team. Crowder had 188 catches for 1,979 yards and 14 touchdowns over the entire three-year run.

Crowder’s signing comes after the Bills released Cole Beasley and the veteran would seem to have a good shot at soaking up some of the snaps in the slot that became available with Beasley’s departure.

11 responses to “Bills agree to deal with Jamison Crowder

  1. Very good value signing. Great route runner and very clutch in the red zone. Jets going young, perfect fit for a SB contender.

  2. touchback6 says:
    March 21, 2022 at 7:24 pm
    made o glass

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    That would be Isaiah Wynn

  3. I sincerely thought that this would be a quiet FA period for the Bills.

    They’re all in. This is a perfect pick up for the offense.

  4. touchback6 says:
    March 21, 2022 at 7:24 pm
    made o glass
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    The number 3 or 4 receiver on the Bills, he’d be the #1 on the Patriots.

  5. Belichick had to be stunned at our moves. They did next to nothing, other than lose good players. Jones will be throwing the ball straight up in the air, as he will be on his back.

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