4. The Kansas City Chiefs could sign NY Jets WR Jamison Crowder
After years of less-than-stellar quarterback play, it would be a dream for Crowder to land in Kansas City and play with Patrick Mahomes. And don't rule out the Chiefs as a potential landing spot.
The Chiefs already have a very talented wide receiver room with the likes of Tyreek Hill, Mecole Hardman, and Byron Pringle at the top. But Crowder could give the team another reliable, underneath option to open up routes downfield for their other speedsters.
The Chiefs have never been a team to shy away from adding more talent at the wide receiver position and, for the right price, Crowder could be an option.
I'd imagine Crowder would be willing to take less money to play in Kansas City at this stage of his career. Given what he's dealt with in the past, I hope he does.
3. The Baltimore Ravens could sign NY Jets WR Jamison Crowder
The Baltimore Ravens always seem to find themselves in the wide receiver mix every offseason, and while they've undoubtedly improved the position, they could still use another veteran option.
Marquise Brown is coming off the best year of his career, rookie Rashod Bateman looked good when healthy, and younger players like Devin Duvernay and James Proche maximized their opportunities as well.
But with Sammy Watkins set to hit free agency, the Ravens have a hole that could be filled by another veteran receiver.
Putting Crowder in the slot would give Lamar Jackson another check-down option that he sorely needs. Forcing passes to Mark Andrews was a big problem in 2021, and adding Crowder could help alleviate those concerns.