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12 Patrick Crayton WR
Height/Weight: 6-0/205 | Birthdate: 4/7/1979 | Birthplace: Waxahachie, TX, USA | Team: New Orleans | College: Northwestern Oklahoma State | NFL Experience: 9 | Salary:   | Owned/Started%: 0/0

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Saints release Steve Breaston, Patrick Crayton


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(8/19/2013) The Saints released receivers Steve Breaston and Patrick Crayton, reports the Times-Picayune. The team also waived cornerback A.J. Davis (injured), wide receiver Jarred Fayson, guard Ricky Henry, linebacker Chase Thomas and cornerback Dion Turner.

Crayton gets first TD


(12/11/2011) San Diego WR Patrick Crayton had a 26-yard catch-and-run in the fourth quarter on Sunday against the Bills. That play was good for his first score of the year. Crayton was targeted three times on the day by Philip Rivers, catching all three passes for 37 yards. The Chargers would win the game, 37-10.

Crayton chips in for Bolts


(11/27/2011) Chargers WR Patrick Crayton caught one pass in Week 12 against the Broncos. He was targeted twice in the contest. His lone catch went for 11 yards. San Diego would go on to lose the game, 16-13.

Crayton still a No. 3 WR


(11/19/2011) Chargers WR Patrick Crayton will once again be the team's No. 3 WR in Week 11 against the Bears. Coach Norv Turner told reporters on Friday that rookie WR Vincent Brown would once again start in place of the injured Malcom Floyd. Chicago enters Sunday's contest ranked 29th in pass defense, allowing 270 yards per game. The Bears have surrendered 12 touchdowns through the air and are allowing an average of 19 Fantasy points to oppoing WRs on the season.

Three grabs for Crayton vs. Raiders


(11/11/2011) After posting just a 5-yard catch his last time out, Chargers WR Patrick Crayton was more productive in Week 10 against the Raiders. He caught three passes for 34 yards in the 24-17 loss. He was targeted five times by QB Philip Rivers and had a long reception of 14 yards. Crayton also gained 9 yards on three punt returns in the defeat.

Crayton a non-factor in Week 9


(11/6/2011) Chargers WR Patrick Crayton was not much of a factor in Week 9 against the Packers. Crayton finished with just one reception in the 45-38 loss, which went for 5 yards. He was targeted three times on the afternoon.

Crayton to see a boost?


(11/5/2011) With Chargers WR Malcom Floyd's in question for Week 9 against the Packers, WR Patrick Crayton could see a boost in playing time on Sunday. Crayton, who has made one start this season, has hauled in 11 receptions for 113 receiving yards. Green Bay enters Sunday's contest ranked 29th in pass defense, allowing 289 yards per game. The Packers have surrendered 13 touchdowns through the air and are allowing an average of 25.2 Fantasy points to opposing WRs on the season.

Crayton posts season high in yards


(11/1/2011) Chargers WR Patrick Crayton had one of his better games of the season in Week 8 against the Chiefs. He caught three passes for a season-high 50 yards in the 23-20 loss. He had a long reception of 19 and averaged 16.7 yards per catch. Crayton was targeted four times by QB Philip Rivers in the defeat.

Crayton contributes in win


(10/9/2011) Chargers WR Patrick Crayton was targeted twice in Week 5 against the Broncos. He caught one pass for 10 yards in the contest. San Diego would win the game, 29-24.

Chargers may be needed


(10/5/2011) San Diego WR Patrick Crayton hasn't been a big factor yet this season for the Chargers. But with Vincent Jackson and Antonio Gates both dealing with injuries the Chargers may need Crayton to step up. He has just six catches for 50 yards in two games this season. In his lone game against the Broncos as a member of the Chargers Crayton caught three passes for 105 yards and a touchdown. Denver has allowed seven touchdowns to receivers so far this season.

Crayton a non-factor in Week 4


(10/2/2011) Chargers WR Patrick Crayton was not much of a factor in Week 4 against the Dolphins. Crayton caught just one pass for 3 yards in the 26-16 victory. He was only targeted one time in the contest.

Crayton could see an increased role


(9/30/2011) With WRs Vincent Jackson and Malcom Floyd both listed as question heading into Week 4 against the Dolphins, WR Pactrick Crayton could see an increased role in the offense. Crayton, who made his season debut last week against the Chiefs, finished with five receptions for 47 yards in the 20-17 win. The Dolphins enter Sunday's contest ranked 30th against the pass, giving up 311 yards per game. Miami has surrendered six touchdowns through the air and allowed an average of 29 Fantasy points to opposing WRs on the season.

Crayton makes first catch of year


(9/26/2011) Chargers WR Patrick Crayton's 11-yard reception in Week 3 was his first completion since Week 11 of 2010 against the Broncos. He injured his wrist in that game when he fell to the ground after a long catch and run. Crayton was inactive for the first two games of this season because he had an ankle scoped following the first preseason game. Crayton was targeted seven times, catching five passes for 47 yards. San Diego would win the game, 20-17.

Crayton hoping to play in Week 3


(9/19/2011) Coach Norv Turner indicated on Monday that Chargers WR Patrick Crayton will be active for Week 3 against the Chiefs. Crayton has yet to play this season due to an ankle injury. “I thought he got better in each day of practice last week,” Turner said. “I expect him to be ready to play.”

Crayton 'ready to go' for Sunday


(9/15/2011) Chargers WR Patrick Crayton (ankle), who was inactive in Week 1, said he is ready to play Week 2 against the Patriots. “It’s not about feeling close,” Crayton said. “I am ready to go.” Crayton last played in a regular season game in Week 11 of the 2010 season against Denver. He suffered a wrist injury at the end of a 49-yard TD catch.

Crayton out for opener


(9/11/2011) San Diego WR Patrick Crayton was ruled inactive for the Chargers' Week 1 matchup against Minnesota while continuing to recover from surgery on his ankle. Crayton, who was listed as questionable on the injury report, had surgery to remove bone spurs in his ankle.

Crayton could miss Week 1


(9/9/2011) Chargers WR Patrick Crayton is still recovering from surgery that removed bone spurs in his ankle and could miss Sunday’s season opener against the Vikings. He is officially listed as questionable. WR Bryan Walters, who made the team with his outstanding play in the preseason, will likely play in the slot over WR Richard Goodman.

Crayton to have ankle scoped


(8/22/2011) Chargers WR Patrick Crayton has bone spurs in his ankle and will have the ankle scoped. Crayton is expected to miss 10 days to two weeks. Crayton will likely be ready for the season opener on Sept.11.

Crayton out Week 17


(1/2/2011) San Diego WR Patrick Crayton *wrist) is inactive for the Chargers' Week 17 game against Denver. Crayton did not participate in practice Friday and was listed as doubtful on the injury report.

Crayton officially doubtful


(12/31/2010) San Diego WR Patrick Crayton (wrist) did not participate in practice again Friday as the Chargers prepared for their Week 17 matchup at Denver. Crayton is listed as doubtful.

Crayton misses practice


(12/30/2010) San Diego WR Patrick Crayton (wrist) did not participate in practice Thursday as the Chargers prepared for their Week 17 matchup at Denver. Crayton was a limited participant in Wednesday's session but was unable to practice the following day while still recovering from wrist surgery. The San Diego Union-Tribune reported he is unlikely to play in Sunday's game.

Crayton limited to begin week


(12/29/2010) Chargers WR Patrick Crayton (wrist) was limited in practice Wednesday as the team prepares for Week 17 against the Broncos. Crayton has missed the last five games and hasn't played since Week 11.

Crayton a no-go for Chargers


(12/26/2010) San Diego WR Patrick Crayton was ruled inactive for Sunday's game at Cincinnati. He did not practice on Friday as he's dealing with a wrist injury. This is his fifth straight game of being inactive.

Crayton downgraded in major way


(12/24/2010) Chargers WR Patrick Crayton (wrist), who practiced in full on Wednesday, did not practice Friday and is listed as doubtful for Week 16 at Cincinnati. Crayton will miss his fifth straight game if he's inactive on Sunday.

Crayton back at full


(12/23/2010) San Diego WR Patrick Crayton was a full participant in Thursday's practice ahead of the Chargers' Week 16 game at Cincinnati. Crayton, who has missed San Diego's last four games while recovering from wrist surgery, was limited in Wednesday's practice -- his first practice since injuring his wrist against Denver on Nov. 22