The Fresh York Jets are shopping one other streak-catcher for young quarterback Sam Darnold.
Fresh York is closing in on signing dilapidated Washington Redskins receiver Jamison Crowder, a source suggested NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport on Monday. NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo provides the anticipated deal for 3 years and is value $28.5 million with $17 million entirely guaranteed.
Crowder will likely waddle into the slot alongside fellow Jets wideouts Robby Anderson and Quincy Enunwa. The 25-year-fashioned can also cope with Andre Roberts on punt returns.
The ex-Washington receiver modified into belief to be the No. 37 free agent and No. 2 free-agent WR available in free agency, in step with NFL.com’s Prime 101 Free Agents of 2019 listing.
Crowder modified into a productive option in D.C. after being drafted in the fourth round of the 2015 NFL Draft, averaging 64 receptions and 746.7 receiving yards over his first three seasons with the ‘Skins. Nevertheless, Crowder modified into sidelined seven games by an ankle damage in 2018 and grew to turn out to be less of a component on Washington’s damage-riddled offense upon his return.
In Fresh York, Crowder affords Darnold a shifty, fleet aim in the heart of the sphere. Even though the Jets peaceable lack a right No. 1 receiver, Gang Green is now not any longer wanting for official streak-catchers with Crowder, Anderson, Enunwa and rising tight discontinue Chris Herndon on the line of scrimmage.