6. The Jacksonville Jaguars could sign NY Jets WR Jamison Crowder
The Jacksonville Jaguars had one of the worst receiving corps in the NFL this past season so they're likely to be connected with any potential free-agent upgrade.
Crowder could provide the team with the reliable underneath target that Trevor Lawrence and the offense missed last season. He could serve the same role that he served for Sam Darnold and Zach Wilson early in their careers.
With D.J. Chark and Laquon Treadwell set to hit free agency, the Jaguars need experienced players to come in and help revamp their wide receiver room. Crowder absolutely could do the trick.
Now, for Crowder's sake, he might want to sign on with a more competitive team for once. But the Jaguars have the need, and Crowder helps fill that need.
5. The New England Patriots could sign NY Jets WR Jamison Crowder
We've all seen this story before. The New England Patriots swoop in to sign a former Jets player and he manages to reach new heights with his new team. Could that story repeat itself this offseason?
It absolutely could. The Patriots bolstered their receiving corps last offseason signing the likes of Nelson Agholor, Kendrick Bourne, Hunter Henry, and Jonnu Smith, but their offense is still missing one key element.
The Patriots don't really have a slot receiver. Jakobi Meyers played that role in 2021, but he's not your typical slot guy. New England needs a true underneath slot option and Crowder could be an ideal candidate.
Expect the Patriots to be interested in both Jets' slot receivers set to hit the open market, Jamison Crowder and Braxton Berrios.