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Juice This is going to a Cromartie Party
Antonio Cromartie, that is, and he's throwing a ding-dong-dilly of a hearty party. Actually, once upon a time he threw parties, like, every weekend (to the tune of $10,000 per, according to his own confession). Here at Juice This, we're thinking, what legendary NFL party-types would've been on the guest list for those raucous events?
Joe Namath? Don Meredith? Jim McMahon? Brett Favre? Johnny Manziel?
We explore the possibilities.
IN THE BEGINNING:
Antonio Cromartie was quite the party boy when he first came into the league. By his own admission, he was spending $10,000 every weekend on partying. Well, what else are you going to do with the proceeds of a $13.5 million contract courtesy of the San Diego Chargers?
As his parties grew in legend, the profiles of the legends on the guest list expanded exponentially, so here's our fantasy-football roster of who made the cut for a hearty Cromartie Party:
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The New York Jets have signed second-round rookie QB Geno Smith.
— New York Jets (@nyjets) July 22, 2013
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