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Antonio Cromartie

Antonio Cromartie - #31 - CB

Status Active
Height/Weight 6' 2"/ 210 lbs.
Birthday 04/15/1984
Birthplace Tallahassee, FL
College Florida State
Years played 8
Drafted 2006, 1st round, 19th pick by Chargers

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Balance of power shifting back to NFC

Posted Jan. 15, 2010 @ 8:21 p.m. ET
PFW's Hub Arkush says a glance at the remaining playoff teams provides a good indication that the NFC has become a stronger conference than the AFC, with four championship-caliber NFC teams and only two such AFC clubs in the ...

Schottenheimer declines to interview with Bills

Posted Jan. 14, 2010 @ 8:12 p.m. ET
Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer has turned down a request to interview for Buffalo's vacant head-coaching job.

You gotta believe it to see it

Posted Jan. 13, 2010 @ 5:46 p.m. ET
This year, in mid-December, the Jets were at .500 and drawing up their 2010 draft plans. Suddenly the schedule broke in their favor. Their final two opponents didn't want to play, and so a 7-7 carp became a 9-7 ...

Jets' Weatherford expects to play Sunday

Posted Jan. 12, 2010 @ 6:07 p.m. ET
Jets P Steve Weatherford will return for the team's game vs. the Chargers Sunday, reports indicate.

Jets WR Edwards placed on probation

Posted Jan. 12, 2010 @ 4:13 p.m. ET
Jets WR Braylon Edwards is expected to rejoin his team for meetings Tuesday after appearing in a Cleveland court earlier in the day.

Bills want to interview Jets' Schottenheimer

Posted Jan. 11, 2010 @ 10:45 p.m. ET
The Bills have requested permission to interview Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer for their vacant head-coaching job, an anonymous source told The Associated Press.

Rhodes plays his way back into Jets’ good graces

Posted Jan. 10, 2010 @ 1:33 p.m. ET
As the Jets celebrate their playoff victory, a player who seemed to be on the verge of playing his way off the team a few weeks ago may be sticking around a bit longer.

Aces, jokers and other wild cards

Posted Jan. 07, 2010 @ 12:58 p.m. ET
PFW contributor Tom Danyluk says it's been an AFC league for years, but now, at least for a season, the heavies have shifted back to the National Conference. How many old guard clubs can win it all? Well, the ...

AFC playoff primer

Posted Jan. 06, 2010 @ 10:33 a.m. ET
TE Dallas Clark is the Colts' player to watch in the upcoming playoffs, as PFW analyzes the offenses and defenses of the AFC's six postseason participants and speculates on what it will take for each to win the Super ...

Jets tolerating Sanchez’s ups and downs

Posted Jan. 01, 2010 @ 1:30 p.m. ET
Mark Sanchez delivered a decent performance in a Week 16 victory, which relieved some tension among Jets players, observers say.

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Posted Aug. 13, 2012
Cromartie participated in individual drills with the receivers for the first time during practice Monday, running routes and catching passes as coaches watched him.||||||| The Jets are dealing with a number of injuries at the position, including to Holmes, so Cromartie getting time on offense and defense in a game might not be such a long shot anymore.
Posted Aug. 03, 2012
The New York Jets cornerback started a mini-feud earlier this week when he told "ESPN First Take" that he'd rank himself as the No. 2 wide receiver on the team, behind only Santonio Holmes.||||||| Chaz Schilens called it "a slight" and coach Rex Ryan quickly quashed any tensions by telling his players to be "mindful" of what they say in public. Cromartie, speaking about the controversy Friday for the first time, says he "didn't mean anything by it." He adds that he has no regrets about saying what he did, and that the media wanted "to blow it up."
Posted Sept. 28, 2011
New York Jets center Nick Mangold and cornerback Antonio Cromartie sat out practice because of injuries that could sideline them for the team's next game at Baltimore. Both players worked separately off to the side with trainers Wednesday during the 30-minute portion of practice the media are allowed to watch.||||||| Cromartie bruised his ribs and a lung during last Sunday's game against the Raiders and was examined at a hospital in the Oakland area. He appeared to move without discomfort during agility drills, but his playing status was still uncertain.
Posted Aug. 01, 2011
Cromartie has agreed to a four-year deal worth a reported $32 million to stay with the Jets.||||||| Cromartie, acquired last offseason from San Diego, was solid for New York opposite Darrelle Revis, finishing with 42 tackles and three interceptions. the Jets went after prized free agent cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha and were one of the favorites to land him, but Asomugha surprisingly signed with Philadelphia, leaving New York to turn to a familiar face.
Posted March 04, 2010
The New York Jets have reached an agreement in principle with the San Diego Chargers to acquire Cromartie.||||||| The Jets confirmed the deal Thursday night, but didn't release specifics - although it is believed to include a draft pick in 2011 going to the Chargers. Cromartie was an All-Pro in 2007 and will team with Darrelle Revis in the Jets' secondary, making them possibly the best cornerback tandem in the NFL. Despite 15 interceptions in four seasons, the Chargers were dissatisfied with Cromartie's performance late last season and in the playoffs.

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