Report: Jamison Crowder Could be Cap Casualty This Offseason
February 15Matt LaMarcaSportsGrid
ESPN’s Rich Cimini reports that the Jets could choose to part ways with Crowder this offseason. He’s set to make $11.4M — the highest figure on the team — but $10M of that number is non-guaranteed. The Jets have plenty of cap space available, but that is a lot of money to pay a slot receiver. Only Jarvis Landry and Tyler Lockett are set to make more as slot receivers next year.
Crowder has been a very productive player for the Jets, and he led the team in receptions, receiving yards, and receiving touchdowns last year. Of course, none of that matters since the Jets managed to win just two games. Moving on from Crowder and reallocating that money towards a free agent like JuJu Smith-Schuster, Chris Godwin, or Allen Robinson seems like a smart strategy.
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