11 notable former NY Jets players who were released this week

Which former Jets players were released as part of final roster cuts?
NY Jets, Jamison Crowder
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3. Robbie Chosen, WR

The artist formerly known as Robby Anderson, now called Robbie Chosen, was released by the Miami Dolphins last week. Chosen spent four seasons with the Jets from 2016 to 2019 before leaving to sign with the Carolina Panthers.

He enjoyed immediate success in Carolina, recording his first and so far only 1,000-yard season with the Panthers in 2020. It's been downhill for him since, however.

Chosen had a falling out with the Panthers' coaching staff, was traded to the Arizona Cardinals midseason, and proceeded to record just seven catches in 10 games. His stint with the Dolphins lasted only a few months.

2. Ty Johnson, RB

The Jets controversially released running back Ty Johnson in April after he suffered a torn pec during an offseason workout. He spent months on the shelf before signing with the Buffalo Bills last month.

Johnson wasn't able to make the Bills' roster, but he was re-signed to their practice squad shortly after. The Maryland product enjoyed some success with the Jets, rushing for 652 yards and four touchdowns on a healthy 4.5 yards per carry over three years.

1. Jamison Crowder, WR

Jamison Crowder spent three years with the Jets from 2019 to 2021, leading the team in receiving in each of his first two seasons. Unfortunately, his career has taken a nose dive since leaving Florham Park.

Crowder appeared in just four games for the Bills last year before an ankle injury prematurely ended his season. He signed with the New York Giants this offseason but was unable to crack a crowded wide receiver room.

Still at just 30 years old, Crowder likely has something left in the tank, but he's run into some poor luck over the last two years. He'll be looking to land with a new team at some point this season.