Giants to sign Jamison Crowder

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Once again, Jamison Crowder is set to play his home games in MetLife Stadium.

But he’ll be wearing a different uniform this time around.

Per Josina Anderson of CBS Sports, Crowder has agreed to a one-year deal with the Giants.

Crowder spent the 2022 season with the Bills but appeared in only four games due to injury. He caught six passes for 60 yards in his limited appearances.

Before that, Crowder spent three seasons with the Jets. He notably caught 78 passes for 833 yards with six touchdowns for New York in 2019. His production dipped to 51 catches for 447 yards with two TDs in 2021.

A fourth-round pick in the 2015 draft, Crowder played his first four seasons with Washington.

In 100 games with 51 starts, Crowder has 415 catches for 4,667 yards with 28 touchdowns.

4 responses to “Giants to sign Jamison Crowder

  1. Given how many receivers they now have, it seems more likely they’ll draft a CB or IOL in the 1st round rather than a WR.

  2. I think signing like this is due largely because of how late the NYGs are drafting. We simply don’t know who will be available at 25, so Schoen is adding depth just in case there is a run on WRs. Having the flexibility to take the best player available is important when going into any draft, and signings like this allow that.

    Also, Crowder is pretty reliable and can also return punts. Even if the GIANTS take a WR in the first couple of rounds, I can still see him making this team.

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