The Oakland Raiders will likely move on from Michael Crabtree in the offseason.
Sources say Crabtree's production is not worth the issues they've had with him off the field.
Crabtree is owed a $7 million salary in 2018, the third season of a four-year, $34 million extension he signed late in 2015. No dead money against the salary cap will accompany his anticipated release, given that extension included no signing bonus or guarantees in the deal’s second half.
Crabtree entered Week 17 with 56 receptions for 601 yards and eight touchdowns.