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Jets WR Jamison Crowder (groin) is active for today’s game against the Titans. Crowder figures to step in as New York’s primary slot receiver, but we wouldn’t use him in fantasy lineups in his 2021 debut.

Jets WR Jamison Crowder (groin) is listed as questionable for this weekend's game against the Titans. He put in a full practice on Friday, so we're expecting him to make his 2021 debut on Sunday. Of course, Crowder is a weak fantasy play on a struggling Jets offense.

Jets WR Jamison Crowder (groin) returned to a limited practice on Wednesday. It gives him a chance to make his 2021 debut vs. the Titans this weekend. Crowder should take over as New York's slot receiver once healthy, but he shouldn't be in Week 4 fantasy lineups.

Jets WR Jamison Crowder (groin) is inactive for today’s game vs. the Broncos. Braxton Berrios has been filling in as New York’s slot receiver, totaling 12 catches on 18 targets for 124 scoreless yards over the past 2 weeks. WR Denzel Mims is a healthy scratch again for the Jets.

Jets WR Jamison Crowder (groin) missed practice all week and is listed as doubtful for Sunday’s game vs. the Broncos. Braxton Berrios has been filling in as New York’s slot receiver, totaling 12 catches on 18 targets for 124 scoreless yards over the past 2 weeks.

Jets WRs Jamison Crowder (groin) is inactive for today’s game vs. the Patriots. WR Keelan Cole (knee) is active. We’ll see how snaps are divvied behind Corey Davis and Elijah Moore.

The Jets expect to have WR Jamison Crowder active for today's game against the Patriots, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Crowder is officially questionable with a groin injury. We'd try not to use him in fantasy lineups, at least until seeing where Crowder now falls in the Jets' target pecking order.

Jets WRs Jamison Crowder (groin) and Keelan Cole (knee) are listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Patriots. Neither guy should be in Week 2 fantasy lineups. But their returns would add some target competition for WRs Corey Davis and Elijah Moore.

Jets WR Jamison Crowder has been activated from the COVID list. He should make his 2021 debut against the Patriots on Sunday. We'll see how much action Crowder gets, but he's not a Week 2 fantasy option.

Jets WR Jamison Crowder (COVID) is out for Sunday's game vs. the Panthers, HC Robert Saleh said. We'll see if WR Keelan Cole (knee) is able to play. Corey Davis and Elijah Moore should operate as the Jets' top 2 WRs in this one.

Jets WR Jamison Crowder tested positive for COVID, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports. Crowder's Week 1 status is "up in the air," Pelissero adds. We'll keep an eye on the situation, but Crowder shouldn't be in your Week 1 plans.

Per Jets HC Robert Saleh, WR Jamison Crowder is day to day with a groin injury. The Jets open September 12 at Carolina, and Crowder's expected to suit up. It’s been a quiet offseason for the veteran WR, but if healthy, he figures to have a home in 3-WR sets. There’s just not much fantasy upside to chase.

Jets WR Denzel Mims was working with the 3rd-team offense in Friday's practice, according to multiple reports. So in case you were still wondering whether the spring reports that he wasn't in line to start this season were true, here you go. As of now, it looks like Corey Davis and Keelan Cole will be the Jets' outside receivers, with Jamison Crowder and rookie Elijah Moore battling for the slot job. Mims isn't rosterable in redraft leagues.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that the Jets and WR Jamison Crowder have agreed to a renegotiated contract that will keep him with the team through this season. (Crowder would then hit free agency in spring 2022.) This would seem to be bad news for the 2021 outlook of 2nd-round pick Elijah Moore, who stands near-identical in size. But HC Robert Saleh says Moore can play any of the WR positions. So the biggest losers here might be Denzel Mims and Keelan Cole. Corey Davis clearly signed for starter money in free agency, and the Jets would have little reason to retain Crowder if they didn't view him as the top option in the slot. The upgraded WR corps lowers the target ceiling, though, for a wideout who has depended on volume to drive his fantasy value. The Jets offense will be interesting to track throughout the summer, given the bevy of changes to personnel and staff.

A source tells Jets insider Ralph Vacchiano that the team is asking WR Jamison Crowder to take a "significant" pay cut from the $10 million he's slated to make this season. Crowder has no guaranteed money left on his contract and could be released if he doesn't agree to that pay cut. The Jets, of course, drafted a natural Crowder replacement in Ole Miss WR Elijah Moore this spring. We'll see where this goes. For now, both Crowder and Moore are just late-round fliers in fantasy drafts.

The Jets took Ole Miss WR Elijah Moore with the 34th overall pick of the 2021 NFL Draft. They reportedly passed on multiple trade offers to sit and take Moore, who many had pegged as a 1st-rounder. Moore led the entire country in catches (10.8) and receiving yards (149.1) per game this past year, while setting an Ole Miss record with 86 catches. The market shares were huge for the junior: 44.8% of the receptions, 41.8% of the receiving yards and 32% of the TDs. Moore also led the Rebels with 67 catches, 850 yards and 6 scores as a sophomore -- after playing behind A.J. Brown and D.K. Metcalf as a freshman. Moore smoked a 4.35-second 40-yard dash at his Pro Day, while also posting elite marks in the agility drills. That all shows up on tape, where he wins both before and after the catch with acceleration, speed and wiggle. Moore also has some of the most reliable hands in this WR class, with a career 5% drop rate. While he’s only 5’9, Moore weighed in at 185 pounds at his Pro Day and plays with a big receiver’s mentality. We see a lot of Steve Smith in his game, while an anonymous scout told The Athletic’s Bob McGinn that Moore reminds him of Antonio Brown. Moore took 90% of his college snaps from the slot and figures to play primarily on the inside as a pro. His arrival might mean the end of WR Jamison Crowder’s time with the Jets.

The Jets selected BYU QB Zach Wilson with the 2nd overall pick of the 2021 NFL Draft. Wilson enjoyed a breakout 2020 with 3,692 yards, 33 TDs and 3 INTs across 12 games. He added a 73.5% completion rate while performing as one of the nation’s most accurate QBs. The low level of competition he faced wasn’t ideal, but Wilson (6’3, 212) truly stood out as a special passer. He also rebounded nicely from an injury-riddled 2019 that began with right labrum surgery in January. Now, he heads to a strong fit with the Jets and new OC Mike LaFleur, whose offense will take advantage of Wilson’s movement skills. He’s a heavy favorite to be under center come Week 1 and could provide some spot-start value this season.

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