Jets need Jamison Crowder to take a minimum of a 50 % pay minimize on his $10M wage, per report


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The New York Jets are a workforce that has loads of fascinating storylines to observe as coaching camp approaches, however one which deserves additional consideration is what is going on on with vast receiver Jamison Crowder. The soon-to-be 28-year-old skipped voluntary OTAs, as head coach Robert Saleh defined that Crowder and the Jets have been “working via” a contract matter. Now, it seems his future with the Jets is actually up within the air.

On Sunday, ESPN’s Wealthy Cimini reported that the Jets do wish to hold Crowder, however that they are attempting to get him to take “a minimum of” a 50 % pay minimize on his non-guaranteed $10 million wage. Crowder has led the Jets in receiving in each of his two years in New York, and has caught a complete of 137 passes for 1,532 yards and 12 touchdowns in 28 video games performed. Whereas he has been one of many lone shiny spots on offense, New York has loads of different intriguing, up-and-coming weapons. The Jets signed Corey Davis and Keelan Cole in free company and likewise drafted Elijah Moore out of Ole Miss — a slot participant who has been turning heads ever since he landed in New York. 

Cimini additionally brings up the chance that the Jets may use the potential financial savings in the event that they do launch Crowder to signal an necessary free agent, resembling former Washington offensive deal with Morgan Moses. Saleh has a minimum of publicly maintained that he needs Crowder to be part of his workforce in 2021 and that he positively has a task on this workforce, but it surely does appear to be the 2 sides might be heading for a breakup. 



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