Rams WR Jamison Crowder on being ‘the next Michael Irvin’
The Rams wide receiver Jamison Crowder has found himself in the spotlight recently after the NFL suspended him for violating the league’s personal conduct policy.
Crowsey was arrested last month on a DUI charge.
He was released on a $10,000 bond and ordered to undergo a drug test.
In a statement, Crowde wrote that the suspension was “not related to my criminal history.”
Rams coach Jeff Fisher said Sunday that Crowden has not been suspended.
“He’s not suspended, and we’re very confident in him,” Fisher said.
“We have faith that he’ll be fine and we hope that the league will come to the right decision for the rest of the year.”
Crowdon, 23, was released from jail last week after serving more than 12 months on a misdemeanor DUI charge and probation violation stemming from an arrest in 2014.
He will remain on probation until March 6.
The Rams had a bye week last month and a week off before hosting the Washington Redskins.
They also had to play in Chicago on Sunday.
Crawden caught three passes for 39 yards and a touchdown in Sunday’s 24-14 loss.
He had one catch for 17 yards in the loss to New Orleans on Oct. 29.