Here's the final injury report for Sunday:
Robert Saleh said it will be "down to the wire" as to whether Crowder plays on Sunday but it doesn't seem likely.
Of course, this repot doesn't tell the full story because the Jets also have multiple players on Covid-19 reserve and will therefore need to dig deep into their practice squad to field a team on Sunday.
The Jets did activate Justin Hardee and Jeff Smith today and also added Hamilcar Rashed back to the practice squad so that's one more available body. Saleh doesn't expect anyone else back though.
To summarize the situation at each position:
Quarterback: Joe Flacco unavailable, to be replaced by Mike White.
Running Back: No issues.
Offensive Line: Laurent Duvernay-Tardif and Alijah Vera-Tucker unavailable, to be replaced by Dan Feeney and Greg Van Roten.
Wide Receivers: No Covid-19 issues but plenty of injury issues. Keelan Cole, Braxton Berrios and Denzel Mims will have to step up.
Tight End: Only Kenny Yeboah is unavailable but Ryan Griffin also went on injured reserve this week, so expect Daniel Brown to be active.
Defensive Line: Folorunso Fatukasi and John Franklin-Myers unavailable. Sheldon Rankins and Ronnie Blair or Kyle Phillips could start.
Linebackers: No real issues.
Defensive Backs: Deuce Carter, Ashtyn Davis and Sharrod Neasman unavailable. With Elijah Riley also out, the Jets may start Jason Pinnock and Will Parks at safety. Javelin Guidry can spell Carter.
In better news for the Jets, the Jaguars also listed three starters on their own Covid-19 reserve today to somewhat redress the balance. That included perhaps their best defensive player, pass rusher Josh Allen.