Friday update: Crowder was unable to practice on Friday after tweaking his calf on Thursday, per Rich Cimini. Cimini, a veteran beat reporter for the Jets, believes this news “doesn’t bode well for his chances on Sunday.” Braxton berrios would be Crowder’s replacement.
The New York Jets are hurting at wide receiver once again, as Jamison Crowder tweaked his calf on Thursday and will be questionable for Week 14, per ESPN’s Rich Cimini. Friday’s practice will give the team a better feel for his status.
The Jets will be without Denzel Mims, as he is dealing with a personal situation at the moment and Covid-19 protocols make it impossible for him to return in time to play. If Crowder can’t play, his snaps will go to Braxton Berrios, who has played well in Crowder’s place this season. But Breshad Perriman would likely see highest upside.
Crowder was finally back from previous injuries and caught two touchdowns last week, but unless we get really good news on him, it will be hard to trust him as a high upside play if there is any chance he isn’t 100 percent or that he might aggravate the injury against Seattle.