jamison crowder

  • With Bell in the loop, Jets turn attention to other needs
    March 18, 2019

    With Bell in the loop, Jets turn attention to other needs

    posted by: Site Admin | 0 comments | Editorial

    With the signing of Le'Veon Bell to a four-year deal, the New York Jets and Head Coach Adam Gase were able to check a very import box, the team desperately needed a quality running back. They got him for $52.5 million with the first $25 million guaranteed immediately. While the total value of the deal was slightly less than what the Steelers put on the table last year, guaranteed money is like gold to running backs in the NFL.

  • Jets add Anthony Barr, Josh Bellamy
    March 11, 2019

    Jets add Anthony Barr, Josh Bellamy

    posted by: Site Admin | 0 comments | Jets Free Agent Signings

    After agreeing to terms with WR Jamison Crowder earlier today, the Jets also made a deal with LB Anthony Barr who spent the first five seasons of his NFL career with the Minnesota Vikings. Barr, who will turn 27 in one week, started in 71 games for the Vikings. He recorded 237 solo tackles, 13.5 sacks and 7 forced fumbles. The terms of the deal are unknown at this time, but according to spotrac.com, Barr's value is about $8-8.5M per year. He made it to the Pro Bowl in the last four seasons.

  • Jets agree with Crowder, lose Skrine to Bears
    March 11, 2019

    Jets agree with Crowder, lose Skrine to Bears

    posted by: Site Admin | 0 comments | Jets Free Agent Signings

    The New York Jets have agreed to a 3-year $28.5M deal with WR Jamison Crowder, who spent his entire career with the Redskins. The deal includes $17M in guaranteed money. Crowder, who turns 26 in June, was limited to just 9 games in 2018 due to an ankle injury. He finished the season with 29 receptions for 388 yards and 2 TDs. His best season was in 2016 when he caught 67 passes for 847 yards, 7 TDs. The 5'9" Crowder will play at slot receiver.