New York Jets CB Antonio Cromartie said he is not happy with the possible trade of CB Darrelle Revis because he was looking forward to playing with him next season. 'It's a disappointment,' Cromartie said. 'You look forward to playing with the best cornerback in the league. When you pair us to together, we felt like we had the best tandem. We had the best tandem. Now, he's leaving. You just got to roll with the punches.'
Huddle Up: As they say, it's a business, and it appears Cromartie now will be the Jets' top dog at CB -- a position he generally acquitted himself well at following Revis' season-ending injury this past season.
Posted: 3/13/2013 10:55am et
The New York Jets restructured the contract of CB Antonio Cromartie Tuesday, March 12, according to a source. Cromartie's base salary is reducted from $7 million to $840,000, and he received an approximate signing bonus around $8.5 million.
Huddle Up: With Darrelle Revis on the trading block the Jets moved to keep their other starting cornerback around.
Posted: 8/15/2012 11:17am et
New York Jets CB Antonio Cromartie is seeing time at wide receiver in practice Wednesday, Aug. 15, catching a pass from QB Tim Tebow.
Huddle Up: The Jets are underwhelming at receiver, especially with Santonio Holmes nicked up. Go ahead and prep the jokes about Tebow and Sanchez having familiarity throwing to defensive backs. If you're in an IDP league and you get Cromartie's offensive numbers in addition to his defensive stats, there's some additional value here.
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