Antonio Cromartie has his sights set on playing Sunday. Now, it's up to the doctors.
The New York Jets cornerback's concussion symptoms have dissipated, but he's still going through the NFL's protocol on head injuries. Cromartie was limited at practice Thursday while wearing a red no-contact jersey after sitting out Wednesday.
''I feel good, I feel fine...
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New York Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie says his concussion symptoms have dissipated and he hopes to play against the Panthers at Carolina on Sunday.
Cromartie was injured last Sunday when he collided with teammate Ed Reed in the third quarter while defending a pass to Oakland's Rod Streater, who turned it into a 48-yard score.
Cromartie was limited at practice Thursday...
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For most of Antonio Cromartie’s 2008 season he played on a slightly fractured hip. It appears as though the hip is continuing to bother him.
“It wasn’t an impact injury at all,” Cromartie said, via Jane McManus of ESPNNewYork.com. “Something I just planted wrong, and it gave out on me a little bit.”
Cromartie was probable for Sunday’s...
The book is out on the Jets defense -- they are stout against the run, vulnerable through the air, and don't force a lot of turnovers. Rex Ryan's pride and joy ranks 22nd in pass defense (surrendering 250.8 yards) and has only registered seven takeaways, tied for fewest in the NFL.
Opposing players know this. Opposing coaches know this. And the Jets know this, too.
On Tuesday, Antonio Cromartie addressed one of the most critical and pressing sports stories of the past week. The New York Jets cornerback joined Jay Mohr Sports on FOX Sports Radio and was asked whether it was true that he got a vasectomy in 2011. “Nah, nah, nah. Definitely not. Nah,” Cromartie said while laughing. […]
This story has been kind of creeping around the interwebs all week, but better late than never. According to a New York Post report about a soon-to-be-released book, New York Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie got himself snipped and underwent a vasectomy in 2011. As mentioned above, prior to the procedure, Cromartie had fathered ten children […]The post Antonio Cromartie, father...
After fathering 8 children with ten woman, Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie vasectomy back in 2011.
In the new book about the 2011 Jets, “Collision Low Crossers: A Year Inside the Turbulent World of NFL Football” written by Nicholas Dawidoff, Cromartie reveals that he received a vasectomy “late in the 2011 season.” The New York Post reported that detail in the new book...
No one has ever confused Antonio Cromartie with a brain surgeon but on Wednesday, Cromartie found himself in the news for arguably the greatest decision he has ever made. According to the NY Post, a book to be released next week writes that Cromartie got a vasectomy last year in a move that will prevent any more Cromarties from gracing this earth.
Cromartie has ten children with...
While the New York Jets were getting crushed by the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, it was Antonio Cromartie’s wife who took things into her own hands during the game — well, at least into her thumbs via Twitter. Terricka Cason, “Lady Cro” on Twitter (@iluvTERRICKA) tweeted about Andy Dalton’s big game: “Dalton making this s--- look like pop warner” as she gave a running...
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Some wives might be satisfied to simply ask their husbands, "How was your day at work, honey?"
Not Terricka Cason.
She offered her own commentary Sunday on how her husband's day at the office went, via Twitter. And because her husband is New York Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie, she drew more than a little attention.
(Not that she seems adverse to attention. On...