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Arizona Cardinals Offseason Review: Antonio Cromartie

Our next installment of Arizona Cardinals offseason reviews is cornerback Antonio Cromartie.Height: 6’2” Weight: 210 D.O.B.: April 15, 1984 (Age: 30)School: Florida St. Experience: 9th Season (1st Round, 2006 SD) Position: CBGoing into Season:The Arizona Cardinals made a big splash in free agency prior to the 2014 season by signing 3-time Pro Bowl cornerback Antonio Cromartie...
Via Pro Football Spot
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Antonio Cromartie: Todd Bowles is one of the most ready head coaches I’ve been around

The NFL combine just concluded and all the talk is about Heisman Award winner Marcus Mariota being selected by the New York Jets with the sixth pick.  But before new head coach Todd Bowles and general manager Mike Maccagnan begin to rebuild through the draft on April 30, they can start shopping for talent when players officially hit the free agency market on March 10. With an excess...
Via All Sports Everything
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Man, That’s Cold, Antonio Cromartie

Arizona Cardinals cornerback Antonio Cromartie is back east during the offseason. It’s quite a bit colder out east than it is here in Phoenix. Cromartie posted a picture this morning on his Instagram showing just how cold it is. The temperature I woke up to this morning. — ANTONIO CROMARTIE (@CRO31) February 16, 2015   If you notice, that could also...
Via cover32 - Cardinals
13 days ago  |  Discuss

3 impending free agents flying under the radar

There are dollar store-level bargains in free agency every year. Often the buyer has to look past a flaw of some kind, with those in the second or third waves of free agency passed over because of an injury, character concern or a simple fear of the unknown. But each year there are sweet deals to be found. A year ago Antonio Cromartie was signed by the Arizona Cardinals to a one...
Via This Given Sunday
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Patrick Peterson on Antonio Cromartie: All He Talks About is New York

Arizona Cardinals’ cornerback Patrick Peterson is trying to keep his team together after watching former defensive coordinator Todd Bowles take off for New York to become the Jets head coach last month. Next on Peterson’s agenda is trying to make sure fellow teammate Antonio Cromartie doesn’t pack his bags and head back east. Peterson had this to say about Cromartie, who is...
Via Sportsnaut
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Patrick Peterson on Antonio Cromartie: 'All he talks about is New York'

The Arizona Cardinals have already lost defensive coordinator Todd Bowles this offseason. Now, Patrick Peterson is trying to keep fellow cornerback Antonio Cromartie from leaving the desert. Cromartie joined the Cardinals last season on a one-year deal after spending the previous four seasons with the Jets, who just happen to be the team that hired Bowles...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Cardinals Free Agency Profile: Antonio Cromartie

This is the first installment of the Arizona Cardinals Free Agency Profile Series. With that being said, let’s get started with one of the more important free agents on the roster, Antonio Cromartie.Free Agency Status:Unrestricted2014 Contract:$3,500,000Why they must keep him:In many ways last season, Antonio Cromartie was the best cornerback on the Cardinals roster. He really...
Via Pro Football Spot
January 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Arizona Cardinals: Early impressions from training camp

With the first day of training camp in the books, the Arizona Cardinals unofficially begin their 2014 campaign without the pads on. With fans in the stands and everyone present (even the injured Honey Badger), this is the earliest everyone in the organization is present. Sure, minicamps have come and gone. But these camps are the last big hurdle until preseason games. Only one day...
July 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Antonio Cromartie knows he did not play well in 2013

Mandatory Credit: Ross D. Franklin/Associated Press By all accounts, the 2013 season was ugly for Antonio Cromartie. He was quite different from the guy who filled in for Darelle Revis in 2012, and filled in well. In 2013 his production took a big step back. People thought it was his age becoming a factor at first, but quickly realized it was his hip that had been bugging him. Even...
Via Phoenix Sports-Kings
July 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Antonio Cromartie is feeling good, no sign of troublesome hip injury

Cromartie #31, lays it to the unit ( The Arizona Cardinals bolstered their secondary in March with the signing of former San Diego Charger and New York Jet, Antonio Cromartie, who signed with the team on a one-year deal.  The former All Pro cornerback partner Patrick Peterson as the number two corner. Cromartie as been seeing a lot of reps over the course of the...
Via Phoenix Sports-Kings
May 29, 2014  |  Discuss

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