The Jets can save $10 million in cap space if Crowder is traded or released, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.

There's no question Crowder has been the team's best offensive weapon since he signed a three-year, $28.5 million contract during the 2019 offseason. The Jets certainly have enough cap space to keep him, but they might decide the $10 million could be better spent elsewhere or rolled over to next season. Crowder will turn 28 in June, and while he's played 84 of a possible 96 games through six seasons, he does have a history of recurring injuries to his left hamstring/thigh, He missed seven games in 2018 and four in 2020.

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