Wide receiver Jamison Crowder of the New York Jets is expected to play his first game of the 2021 season on Sunday. Crowder was able to return to practice on Wednesday after missing Week 1 on the reserve/COVID-19 list and the previous two weeks with a groin injury. After missing all of last week’s practice, the veteran wideout has now had two days of limited practice. According to New York Post writer Zach Braziller, head coach Robert Saleh says Crowder is “looking good” to play in Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans.
Robert Saleh says Jamison Crowder is “looking good” for Sunday. #jets
— Zach Braziller (@NYPost_Brazille) October 1, 2021
Berrios should fade into the background as a backup option now that Crowder is set to return. After suffering a concussion in Week 3’s loss to the Denver Broncos, rookie wide receiver Elijah Moore is also listed on this week’s injury report. After a car accident earlier this week, third-year wideout Jeff Smith is also in concussion protocol. Zach Wilson and the Jets have put together one of the most inefficient passing attacks in the league without Crowder through three games. With an average of only 170 points. Only the New Orleans Saints and Chicago Bears are ahead of New York in passing statistics, with 0 yards per game.
Against the Titans on Sunday, Crowder will try to right the ship. Nokia News