Friday PM update: The New York Jets injury report lists Jamison Crowder as questionable with a groin injury after getting a limited practice in on Friday. He was unable to practice on Thursday after getting a limited practice on on Wednesday, so he’s likely not out of the woods yet. If he can’t go, Breshad Perriman would likely serve as Sam Darnold’s top target.
Friday AM update: Crowder returned to practice on Friday in limited fashion, per Manish Mehta. His final status for Sunday is not yet known.
Thursday PM update: Crowder did not practice on Thursday due to a groin issues, according to Al Iannazzone. He was expected to be limited, so this is a concern heading into Friday’s final day of practice.
New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder was limited on Wednesday due to a groin injury, per the injury report. Crowder has been the one stable offensive skill player for the Jets this season, as he has seen double-digit targets in each game and topped 100 yards in three of four.
The Jets also had Breshad Perriman limited after he played through an ankle and knee injury in his return back to the starting lineup. With both getting limited work in on Wednesday, their status for Sunday against the Bills is probably good as long as they can continue to get in work.