The Bills' passing game has been one of the most prolific in the NFL over the last two seasons. After parting ways with veteran receiver Cole Beasley late last week, Buffalo signed a younger option for the slot in Jets free agent Jamison Crowder.
Crowder, 28, has been a very productive slot receiver for the majority of his seven-year career. He has compiled six 50-catch seasons in his seven years as a pro, including each of the last three seasons with the New York Jets despite catching passes from a handful of different quarterbacks.
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The second-longest touchdown of Crowder's career came against the Bills when he caught a short pass and took it to the end zone for a 69-yard scoring play in a Week 1 matchup between the Jets and Bills in 2020.
Originally a fourth-round pick by Washington in 2015, Crowder (5-9, 177) proved elusive out of the slot as a rookie and also served as a part-time punt returner.
Half of Crowder's 28 career touchdowns have come in the last three seasons with the Jets as he's remained productive despite scheme and quarterback changes.