The New York Jets are a team that has plenty of interesting storylines to follow as training camp approaches, but one that deserves extra attention is what's going on with wide receiver Jamison Crowder. The soon-to-be 28-year-old skipped voluntary OTAs, as head coach Robert Saleh explained that Crowder and the Jets were "working through" a contract matter. Now, it appears his future with the Jets is truly up in the air.

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On Sunday, ESPN's Rich Cimini reported that the Jets do want to keep Crowder, but that they're trying to get him to take "at least" a 50 percent pay cut on his non-guaranteed $10 million salary. Crowder has led the Jets in receiving in both of his two years in New York, and has caught a total of 137 passes for 1,532 yards and 12 touchdowns in 28 games played.