WR - NYG
The New York Giants signed WR Jamison Crowder to a one-year deal.
The Giants have Wan'Dale Robinson and Parris Campbell on the roster who have experience playing in the slot, so they're a bit crowded in that department. Crowder figures to be a depth receiver for a Giants offense that dealt with a number of injuries last season.
Jamison Crowder has reportedly suffered a broken ankle in Buffalo’s comeback victory in Week 4 and is out indefinitely according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
Crowder will undergo further testing to reveal the extent of any other damage to his ankle in the coming days. Fantasy managers should stash him on the IR if they have the ability but if not he can be safely cut. The Bills receiving room is becoming a MASH unit with Isaiah McKenzie (concussion) also leaving in Week 4, Jake Kumerow (ankle) inactive in Week 4, and Gabe Davis missing Weeks 2 and 3 with an ankle injury. Stefon Diggs, Davis, and Khalil Shakir (rookie out of Boise State) are the only three Buffalo wide receivers on track to suit up in Week 5 at the moment. Shakir could make for an interesting flier in DFS lineups if McKenzie and Kumerow are unable to suit up. It more likely means double digits each for Diggs and Davis against the Steelers.
Jamison Crowder caught one of his four targets for seven yards on Sunday.
Crowder has been very quiet to start the season, but an injury to Isaiah McKenzie opened the door for the veteran to get more route-running opportunities. It is worth monitoring McKenzie's status for Week 5, but if he does miss time Crowder enters the flex conversation.
Jamison Crowder is listed as doubtful to return for the Bills due to an ankle injury.
Crowder was carted to the locker room with a towel over his head which is never a good sign. The injury appeared to happen on the punt return. The Bills should provide an update on hits status after the game.
Jamison Crowder was targeted three times, and he caught one of them for nine yards in the Bills' Week 3 loss.
Crowder has been slowly losing work to Isaiah McKenzie, and Week 3 may have been proof enough that fantasy managers should not keep Crowder on their roster. When every weapon in the Buffalo offense is healthy Crowder does not have a big enough role in the Bills' offense to be in the starting lineup for your fantasy team.
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