ESPN's Rich Cimini reports Jamison Crowder could be a cap casualty this offseason.
The Jets, per Cimini, could part ways with their best offensive player because his cap charge is a team-high $11.4 million, including a non-guaranteed $10 million base salary. Jarvis Landry and Tyler Lockett are the only slot receivers making more than Crowder, who has been among the NFL's most productive slot receivers. He's seventh in receptions (91) and eighth in yards (1,094) on plays from the slot over the past two seasons. New York could replace Crowder, 27, with free agents like JuJu Smith-Schuster or Chris Godwin if they get aggressive in free agency. Cimini noted that unrestricted free agent Kendrick Bourne -- who played in a Niners offense that will be similar to the Jets' new offense -- could be a candidate to replace Crowder as the team's slot guy in 2021 Feb 15 9:35 am (EST)
- Jamison Crowder caught all four of his targets for 31 yards in New York's Week 17 loss to the Jets.
- Jamison Crowder caught 7-of-9 targets for 92 yards and one touchdown in the Jets' Week 16 win over the Browns.
- Jamison Crowder (calf, thigh) was upgraded to "full" on Thursday. All Jamison Crowder News
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