Found October 24, 2011 on
New York Post - Jets:
With just over 11 minutes remaining yesterday, Philip Rivers fired a pass to Vincent Jackson, and Antonio Cromartie broke it up.
“It bounced off Vincent,” Cromartie said. “I was able to get a piece of it, but not all of it.”
Darrelle Revis got the rest of it.
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