2. The San Francisco 49ers could sign NY Jets WR Jamison Crowder
The Jets still have plenty of friends in the San Francisco 49ers' organization, and if they put in a good word for Jamison Crowder, they might just be able to help him land in a very appealing offense.
The 49ers might have a little work to do at the wide receiver position this offseason. Mohamed Sanu and Jauan Jennings are both set to be free agents leaving the team with just Deebo Samuel and Brandon Aiyuk as viable options on the roster.
Given how much work Samuel gets in the backfield at this stage, they could use another slot receiver, especially with Jennings hitting the open market. It's easy to see the shifty Crowder thriving in such a system with his YAC skills on full display.
He might not be paired with outstanding quarterback play, but the 49ers system could provide him an opportunity to have somewhat of a late-career resurgence.
1. The New Orleans Saints could sign NY Jets WR Jamison Crowder
The New Orleans Saints might be in the most unenviable position of any NFL franchise. They've lost Drew Brees and Sean Payton in consecutive offseasons, are over $70 million over the salary cap, and have virtually nothing at any offensive skill position, minus Alvin Kamara and the oft-injured Michael Thomas.
Still, the Saints desperately need wide receiver help. It got so bad in 2021 that they were starting former Jets like Chris Hogan and Ty Montgomery at the position. They went into the year with 2020 undrafted free agent Marquez Callaway as their No. 1 receiver.
The Saints need help in the worst way, and while they likely wouldn't be able to offer Crowder much, he might very well become the second-best wide receiver on their team behind Thomas.
If the Saints can somehow afford to bring him in, Jamison Crowder would be an excellent addition to their struggling offense.