Jamison Crowder, WR (BUF)

Suffers broken ankle

Crowder suffered a broken ankle during Sunday's win over the Ravens, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

Crowder is considered out indefinitely, and he's likely to land on IR in the near future. As long as Crowder remains out of the lineup, Isaiah McKenzie will stand to operate as Buffalo's clear third wideout behind Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis, while Khalil Shakir could also benefit form increased snaps. Crowder is expected to undergo further tests to diagnose any additional damage.

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