|ADP:||Round: 8, Pick: 6|
|Ht / Wt:||5'11" / 224 lb.|
|Born:||January 8, 1993|
|Drafted:||2014 / UDFA|
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Sunday, December 31, 8:31 PM
Cleveland Browns running back Isaiah Crowell capped off a disappointing 2017 season with a 21-yard performance against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 17. Crowell saw 15 carries, averaging just 1.4 yards per carry with a long gain of seven yards and wasn't targeted in the passing game. It brings an end to a down season for the impending free agent running back. While Crowell wasn't great in 2017, some of the blame can be placed on lack of carries and poor game script in a pass-first offense. He and head coach Hue Jackson also publicly feuded with one another in the media during the year, so it would not be a surprise to see him playing for another team next season. He will be one of the top running backs on the free agent market this offseason.
February 21, 2018
Isaiah Crowell's fantasy value is measured by his average draft position (ADP) in fantasy football drafts. In recent drafts, Crowell's current ADP is 8.06, which indicates that his fantasy outlook is to be the 6th pick of the 8th round, and 89th selection overall.
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Childhood and High school
Isaiah Crowell was born on January 8, 1993 in Columbus, Georgia. He played football and ran track at George Washington Carver High School. With a career total of four thousand eight hundred seventy two yards rushed and sixty one touchdowns on four hundred twenty nine carries, it is no wonder he was ranked as number one running back recruit by Scout.com.
He began playing for the Universit yof Georgia in 2011. The September 10 game got him promoted to a starting role because he scored two touchdowns. He ended the season with one hundred eighty five carries for eight hundred fifty yards rushed, five touchdowns, and eight receptions for fifty nine yards. Other highlights include being named freshman of the year and playing in the Outback Bowl.
Due to an arrest on a weapons charge, he was kicked out of the University of Georgia. He then transferred to Alabama State for the 2012 season. After the 2013 season finished, he declared his intent to enter the NFL Draft for 2014.
Crowell participated in the NFL combine with a thirty eight inch vertical jump. Other strengths include a hard and fast running speed that is effective in attacking. His weaknesses were going down too easy and his immaturity that could make him difficult to coach.
2014 NFL Season
He signed a contract with a base salary of $513,333 with the Cleveland Browns and made his rookie debut in a loss against the Pittsburgh Steelers. He ran thirty two yards on five carries and scored two touchdowns. A week later, in the first Browns home opening win in a decade, he ran fifty four yards on eleven carries. He finished the season with a total of six hundred seven rushing yards, eight touchdowns, and nine receptions. He is one of five rookies to break six hundred yards
2015 NFL Season
He got a career high sixty two receiving yards, most of the yardage from a fifty three yard catch, against the San Diego Chargers. Crowell finished with a total of seven hundred six yards on one hundred eighty five carries and five touchdowns. He ranked third overall in rushing yards. Against the Baltimore Ravens, he scored the first touchdown reception of his career. He also became the first one hundred yard rusher of the season for the Browns. He finished the year with a total of seven hundred six yards on one hundred eighty five carries and four touchdowns.
2016 NFL Season
Crowell made a career high eighty five yard touchdown against the Baltimore Ravens. It was the second longest rushing run in team history. He ran a total of nine hundred fifty two yards, seven touchdowns, and forty receptions for the season.
Crowell was in the middle of controversy in July 2016 when he posted a photo of a person slitting the throat of a cop. He apologized later. Follow him on Twitter.
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