Commanders meet with former WR on free-agent visit

Teams often release and re-sign veterans during roster cuts, either through active-roster deals or practice squad invitations. 

The Giants didn't prioritize Jamison Crowder after cutting him.

Wan'Dale Robinson and Cole Beasley are injured, but the Giants didn't re-sign Crowder. Crowder receiving interest in free agency. 

Crowder started in Washington in 2015. The Ron Rivera–Martin Mayhew regime is interested in the 30-year-old slot receiver, despite many changes. 

Crowder had a shortened season due to a fractured ankle, ending his Bills campaign after four games.

The 5-foot-9 wideout was productive with Washington and the Jets, gaining over 600 yards in five seasons since being drafted in 2015.

Crowder started as a slot receiver with Kirk Cousins. He moved up in the team's passing game when Pierre Garcon and DeSean Jackson left in 2017.

 Crowder was the top receiver for the 2017 Washington team, but his highest yardage was 847 in 2016 with Jackson and Garcon. Jets signed Crowder for $28.5M over three years in 2019.

Crowder, Sam Darnold's reliable receiver, scored 12 TDs in Darnold's last two seasons with the Jets. 

He had a career-worst 8.8 yards per reception with new hires Saleh and LaFleur. 

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