As the Jets come close to the training camp, I am examining the roster and giving you my best 25 players. Every weekday, we will reveal another person on the list, going on to the camp. I am not counting rookies on this list because I don't think it is possible to fully consider them before they play a game.
Ref. 12: Jamison Crowder
Ranking last year: Unclassified (not staff)
Age on the Open Day: t 26
How did you get: Signed a three-year contract, $ 28.5 million as a free agent on 14 March.
Years left on contract: t 3
Salary Cap Figure 2019: $ 6.8 million
Looking back to 2018: Crowder had his most productive four-year season with Redskins dealing with an ankle injury.
Crowder lost seven games and finished the season with only 29 catches for 388 yards and two back. He also returned two pounds for 20 yards. Pro Football Focus 91 marked the 117 broad receivers they received.
Redskins instability at quarterback also had a negative impact on Crowder. When Alex Smith went down with a leg injury, Washington went through some ineffective options at a quarterback and hurt the offense.
Overview for 2019: The Jets hope that Crowder can be a huge army for the other fifth in the second year, Sam Darnold. The slot receiver is a major part of Adam Gase's contribution and was a great success in years with players such as Wes Welker, Jarvis Landry and Danny Amendola.
The crowds were a great success. It is very quick and looked completely healthy. The combination of Crowder, LeVeon Bell and Chris Herndon should give Darnold plenty of options in the center of the field and promote it against defenses. Gase will create inconsistencies with Crowder and if he can get back up, watch out.
Crowder returned in Washington and he could look at that unstable role with the Jets, but obviously they are interested as an initial slot receiver.
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