Good decision to keep this player Dan Leberfeld

Sometimes the best moves are the ones you don’t make.

There was talk this off-season the Jets might release or trade slot receiver Jamison Crowder, after picking Elijah Moore in the second round of the 2021 draft.

But instead, they brought Crowder back on a restructured contract.

And watching Crowder this summer, it’s pretty apparent the Jets’ brass made the right call keeping him around. He’s had a very good camp, doing exactly what he did his first two seasons with the Jets – running good routes, catching everything in sight, and creating a lot of yards after the catch.

He can be a quarterback’s best friend because of his ability to get quick separation from defensive backs, creating big throwing windows.

He’s also been a great mentor to Moore.

It was clearly a smart move to keep him around.

The Jets’ leading receiver the last two years, Crowder’s an asset to the Jets’ offense, and should help them a great deal this year.


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