Veteran WR signs new deal with Commanders 

Second spell in DC for Jamison Crowder continues. Veteran wideout returns to Commanders on one-year deal, per CBS Sports' Josina Anderson.

The Commanders front staff has been busy in free agency, signing several promising players and keeping others.

Crowder is their latest addition. The 30-year-old will enter his second year with the organization after three with the Jets and a fourth in Buffalo.

Early in his career, Crowder had two solid seasons with Washington and New York. His final season in Washington and last two years with the Jets were marred by injuries, and his brief tour in Buffalo ended in Week 4 with an ankle ailment. 

He joined the third New York team last offseason, but the Giants dropped him before the season.

Crowder returned to the Commanders' practice squad a week later and was promoted to the regular roster five days later. 

 Crowder was a competent backup on a youthful receiver team in 2023, but his performance was down from years past. 

 He returned punts for the team, including a season-long 61 yards in Week 6. Crowder rejoins Terry McLaurin, Jahan Dotson, and Dyami Brown as Curtis Samuel and Byron Pringle remain free agents. 

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